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For most high school girls, babysitting is a tried-and-true way to earn some extra spending money.  But high school senior Ellie Hamm has discovered another option: creating her own business.  After receiving a candle-making starter kit for Christmas, Ellie discovered she had a knack for creating wonderfully-scented, long lasted soy-based candles, and thus, Eleanor Hamm & Co. (http://www.eleanorhammandco.com/) was launched in January 20008.  Ellie creates over 100 candles per month, selling them to friends, through her website, and at local markets and shows.  She sells her candles in three sizes- small, medium and large – with some oversized and specialty containers also available.  There are over 14 fragrances to choose from, though the top sellers are French Market, Oak Moss & Clary Sage, and  Citrus & Basil.  

Since she’s still busy with things like attending high school and working on college applications, Ellie receives backup support for her business from her mother, Madeline.  As the self-named ‘supply gatherer’ and logistics coordinator, Madeline helps keep track of all the moving parts.

We are proud that last year’s Tseelana Market was the first official market that Ellie participated in, and in the past year her business has continued to grow.  We applaud Ellie’s creativity and entrepreneurship, but mostly her generosity in committing a portion of her sales proceeds to support the children served by The Wilson Foundation.  We are proud to have her back as a 2010 Tseelana Market participating merchant. 

Thursday, October 21 5 – 8 pm

Friday, October 22 10 am – 4 pm

7501 Turtle Creek Boulevard (corner of Turtle Creek and Hanover)

For questions, please call 214-523-7577.

Special thanks to Ryan Osborne Homes and Briggs-Freeman (Lindy Mahoney, Realtor) for enabling us to use this fabulous new home.

 

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Margaret Miller (http://www.margaretmillerdesigns.com/index2.php#/home/) was launched in 2009 after the overwhelming response designer and owner Margaret Brungart received to the stylish, easy to wear knit  dresses she made for herself.  Margaret Miller embodies the relaxed lifestyle of growing up on the beach, and always wanting to wear something fashionable and flattering yet super comfortable.  The brand is defined by effortless clothes that travel well and flatter the curves of a woman’s body. 

Margaret Brungart grew up in a family of exceptionally creative women including her grandmother, who had created beautiful clothes for her grandchildren and who gave Margaret her first sewing machine.  Margaret decided to use her grandmother’s maiden name, Miller, for her business as a tribute to her inspiration and strength.

We are thrilled to welcome back Margaret Miller as a  participant in this year’s  Tseelana Market.  Founder Margaret Brungart is a longtime supporter of The Wilson Foundation and when she established her company she made a decision to designate a portion of sales to support the Foundation’s work.  The Wilson Foundation and the merchants who participate in the Tseelana Market share a commitment to ‘do well by doing good’.  We are pleased to promote Margaret Miller and appreciate her company’s commitment to the Foundation’s work.

2010 Tseelana Market

Thursday, October 21 5 – 8 pm

Friday, October 22 10 am – 4 pm

7501 Turtle Creek Boulevard (corner of Turtle Creek Blvd. & Hanover)

Dallas, Texas  75225

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We are pleased to spotlight two talented Dallas artists who will be presenting their work at the 2010 Tseelana Market benefiting The Wilson Foundation.

"Rock Valley" - Brenda Bogart

About Brenda Bogart:

Dallasite Brenda Bogart (http://brendabogart.blogspot.com/) is blessed with an abundance of creativity as well as the talent and   know-how to express it in many ways.  She spent a number of years in interior design and was also the owner of an enormously popular children’s clothing business called B’s T’s.  In 2006 she picked up her paintbrush and began painting in earnest, exploring a range of themes in oil on canvas.  “Painting is a thrilling new challenge for me,” Brenda says.

A longtime friend and supporter of The Wilson Foundation, Brenda helped launch the idea for the Tseelana Market after she expressed an interest in having an art show to benefit the work of the Foundation.  From that conversation, we expanded the idea to incorporate additional artisans who shared Brenda’s desire to ‘do well by doing good.’ Brenda exemplifies the spirit of Tseelana – ‘helping each other’ – and we are thrilled to work with her again on this year’s Tseelana Market.  

 

 

 

About Shirley Steere Marsh: 

"Nest on Rug" - Shirley Steere Marsh

Native Dallasite Shirley Steere Marsh attended Parsons School of Design in New York, and most recently has been an art student at SMU, studying under Mary Vernon and Barnaby Fitzgerald, and Larry Scholder.  She works primarily with oil on canvas, and also in acrylic and printmaking.  Shirley says, “Supporting The Wilson Foundation is special to me because of the time I spent visiting my daughter in Guinea, West Africa, where she served in the Peace Corps.  To me it was an honor and privilege to get to know the people there,  and to feel their warm hearts and generous spirits.  Their thirst for education and  will to be productive was inspiring and beautiful.     I definitely share the Wilson Foundation’s commitment to give back, and the spirit of “helping each other!”

Please join us on Thursday, October 21 from 5 – 8 pm or Friday, October 22 from 10 am – 4 pm for the 2010 Tseelana Market.  A portion of sales by each participating artist will benefit The Wilson Foundation and its programs for children in rural South Africa.  For more information, please call 214-523-7577.

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2010 Tseelana Market benefiting The Wilson Foundation

The 2nd annual Tseelana Market benefiting The Wilson Foundation will be held on Thursday, October 21 from 5 – 8 pm and Friday, October 22 from 10 am – 4 pm.  The event will be held in a fabulous newly built home at 7501 Turtle Creek Boulevard (corner of Turtle Creek and Hanover) in University Park.  This home was constructed with extraordinary attention to detail by noted area homebuilder Ryan Osborne of Ryan Osborne Homes.  This exquisite property is currently for sale so be sure to make time to tour when you come for the Market!  

Special thanks to Ryan Osborne for opening this beautiful home to The Wilson Foundation for our 2010 Tseelana Market!

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