Put Your Best Foot Forward! The Third Annual Open Toe Shoe Party.
Loews The name Loews can refer to several articles in the Wikipedia:
v. o·ver·flowed, o·ver·flow·ing, o·ver·flows
1. To flow or run over the top, brim, or banks.
2. To be filled beyond capacity, as a container or waterway.
3. with more than 100 pairs of open toe shoes toe shoe
A ballet slipper with a hardened, reinforced toe that enables a dancer to perform or dance on the toes. Also called pointe shoe. worn by women of all ages to raise money for The One Small Voice Foundation
HSM (1) (Hierarchical Storage Management) The automatic movement of files from hard disk to slower, less-expensive storage media. The typical hierarchy is from magnetic disk to optical disc to tape. Electronic Protection Services, Inc.:
WHAT: Third Annual "Open Toe Shoe Party" to benefit The One Small Voice Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that funds research for the leading cause of blindness in children, optic nerve hypoplasia and hydrocephalus. An L.A. celebrity gathering of entrants and judges will be on hand for an afternoon of partying and parading of the best "open toe shoe" styles that spring has to offer. In conjunction with the contest, lunch, cocktails and silent auction festivities will take place throughout the afternoon. WHO: The public is invited to enter and be among the brave and beautiful vying for this year's "Open Toe Shoe" crown. Contestants will be judged on style, grace and overall best look. The top three winners are eligible for prizes that include a romantic getaway, premier winery tour or a luxury spa day. WHEN: Saturday, March 24, 2007, 1:00 to 4:00 pm WHERE: Loews Santa Monica Hotel Ocean and Vine Restaurant 1700 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica HIGHLIGHTS: Celebrity judges include film actress Linda Hamilton, Kirsten Vangsness, co-star of CBS's Criminal Minds; and Nanny Stella, from FOX's "Nanny 911," Tracey Bregman and Michelle Stafford, both from the CBS hit daytime drama, "The Young and the Restless," among others. SPONSOR: HSM Electronic Protection Services, Inc. has underwritten the event and is donating all proceeds to optic nerve hypoplasia research being conducted by Dr. Mark Borchert, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, the only pediatric neuro-opthalmologist in the world who is researching the cause of this destructive disease, which is the key to finding a treatment and a cure. COST: $50.00 per person in advance; $60.00 at the door.