We made an Aspen field trip last week to attend the Greenalicious fund raiser to help raise awareness of children’s obesity. It was a wonderful experience for me, our Chef Althoff, and our Director of Placement, Gary Smith. We donated one of our wonderful 9 course private formal dinners here at the mansion…I believe it sold for $4,500. The Children’s Health Foundation brought in notable Chef’s from all over the US, and as you might imagine, the food was sensational. As a side note, the auction was one of the best I have ever attended. My 2 entertainment centered sons and their wives will be receiving for Christmas a free trip to Nashville with center seats at a Grand Ole Opry concert and private sessions with song producers. I hope they think I am a great mom!
Dear Starkey Patron;
Starkey International and I extend our sincere appreciation to you for your donation to Restoring the Art (RTA) Student Assistance Fund. RTA is a not-for-profit and maintains its 501c(3) status. Starkey and 4,000 other small vocational schools lost all funding support in the recent economic turn and we are most grateful for your generosity.
All donations will be utilized to support student’s efforts in attending Starkey and entering the Private Service Industry as an educated professional. Service has long been seen as a non-educable and domestic population, which continues to serve a servant mentality and a historical slave cycle. To continue to have service providers available to the high-net-worth, Service must continue to be elevated to an educated “Service as an Expertise” and as a Profession.
My great appreciation,
Mary Louise Starkey
First Lady of Service
CEO Starkey International