Local Jeweler and Designers Benefit Health System
A trunk show of both new and existing jewelry designed by local sisters, Landon and Heath Slane, will again help benefit High Point Regional Health System’s efforts to increase contributions to the hospital’s Endowment Fund.
The Slane & Slane Trunk Show will be held at Simon Jewelers at 1345 N. Main Street in High Point on Friday, November 18 (10 am – 7 p.m.) and Saturday, November 19 (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.). For a second time, owner Gary Simon plans to donate 10 percent of the sales of Slane & Slane jewelry, during the show, to the health system’s Endowment Fund.
Heath and Landon Slane will be available to talk about their unique designs at the store on Friday, the 18th from 1 - 7 p.m., and Pomodoro’s will be providing light refreshments. The Slane sisters are also donating a sterling silver and London blue topaz pendant, Finestra II, on a smooth link chain ($value $2250.00) to be raffled to benefit the Endowment.
The Slanes have long been associated with the health system through the involvement of Marsha and Jack Slane, parents of Landon and Heath. Gary Simon, of Simon Jewelers, is a current member of the Endowment Board of High Point Regional.
For information about the Slane & Slane Trunk Show, please call Courtney Best of High Point Regional at 878-6291.