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Macy's will be hosting a Community Shopping Day this month to benefit more than 50 nonprofit agencies on Maui and Oahu.
Tickets, at $10, are on sale for the shopping day, which features 10 to 20 percent discounts on almost all purchases made on June 22 at all Macy's Oahu stores and at Macy's Queen Kaahumanu Center on Maui. Participating nonprofits will keep 100 percent of their ticket-sale proceeds.
Customers are invited to "preshop" in advance of Community Shopping Day by selecting merchandise and then returning to complete the purchase on June 22.
Community Shopping Day customers will also enjoy gift-with-purchase offers in selected departments, as well as special guest appearances, entertainment and more, plus enter to win a Macy's shopping spree valued at $500.
Buy tickets at participating Macy's stores and from participating nonprofits below:
Aloha United Way, Alu Like, Alzheimer's Association-Aloha Chapter, American Heart Association, American Liver Foundation-Hawaii Chapter, Assistance League of Hawaii, Ballet Hawaii, Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii, Drill Team Hawaii Booster Club, Filipino Women's League, Girl Scout Council of Hawaii, Hawaii Children's Discovery Center, Hawaii Fi-Do Service Dogs, Hawaii Foodbank, Hawaii H.O.M.E Project, Hawaii Literacy, Hawaii Nature Center, Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus, Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies Coalition of Hawaii, Honolulu Symphony Associates, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, Honolulu Zonta Club Foundation, HUGS, Jammers Volleyball Club, Junior Achievement of Hawaii, Ka Hui Kaha Ki'i-Hawaii Chapter, Kaimuki Middle School Band Booster, Leilehua High School Band Booster Association, Life Foundation, Lupus Foundation of America-Hawaii Chapter, Manutahi Tahiti, March of Dimes, Mental Health America of Hawaii, National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, PBS Hawaii, Pacific Health Ministry, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii, Sacred Hearts Academy Softball, St. John Vianney Parish School, the Baby Hui: Infants and Toddlers
African American Heritage Foundation of Maui, Boys & Girls Club of Maui, Hawaii Nature Center, Imua Family Services, Ka Lima O Maui, Maui Chorus, Maui Food Bank, Maui Humane Society, Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation, Maui United Way, Mediation Services of Maui
FM summer event
The Style Sisters return with a summer Fashionista's Market sale taking place 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Japanese Cultural Center, 2454 S. Beretania St.
Among the offerings are Betsey Johnson dresses for $99, Isabella Fiore handbags, Frankie B denim, Ed Hardy jackets and more brand-name separates at up to 80 percent off retail.
Admission is $7 general;,$3 for FM members.
Shoe junkies will want to strut over to Neiman Marcus today for the start of the Manolo Blahnik Fall 2007 trunk show, with the latest styles on view during store hours in the ladies shoes department on level one until June 10.
Then head to the RéVive cosmetic counter to learn more about staving off aging's effects.
Noted plastic surgeon and president and RéVive skin care founder Dr. Gregory Bays Brown makes his first Hawaii appearance at Neiman Marcus from noon to 3 p.m. today.
Brown was among the Nobel Award-winning scientists who discovered EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor). He went on to win the cosmetics patent for EGF in 1994 and introduced RéVive to the public in 1997.
Hylton Lea, RéVive's VP of client relations will also be available for consultations during the appearance and from noon to 4 p.m. tomorrow.
Lea is RéVive's skin-care expert to the stars and works with A-list Hollywood celebrities in helping them to maintain camera-ready complexions. Call 948-7387 for appointment.