Social Graces Social Club, a members-only philanthropic networking and friendship group, celebrated its one-year anniversary on July 12 by opening The Clubhouse, a mixed-use space including retail, a member lounge, co-working, production and event space at Greenstreet.

Real Beauty Real Women and the RBRW Foundation will base their production studio for radio and upcoming television shows, as well as a community partner innovation series for non-profits, out of the space. Over 200 guests were in attendance including Anika Jackson Redick, Chuck Redick, Bruce Potter, Patti Lennon-Potter, Elina Htun, Tracy and Harry Faulkner, Robin and Tom Segesta, Staci and Quang Henderson, Shannah Quinn, Jacquelyn Aluotto, Raquel Jones, EJ Wilson, Pitsami Norm, Aubrie Layne, Sami Khalee, and Isrel Fonseca.

 “Sixty-five percent of members are entrepreneurs, and the retail space offers our members to have their very own brick-and-mortar without the expense of their own storefront,” explains Anika Jackson Redick, Founder and CEO of Social Graces Social Club. “While allowing us to have a dedicated location for our members to hold meetings and meet and collaborate with each other as well.”

Retailers include The Graces, Artist Patti Lennon Bisong Gallery, I Am So Kate Boutique, Isrel Fonseca, Lisa Giesler, My Dainty Cakes, Recio Designs, and Vamp Vintage Wear. Soiree included décor and staging by Monrreal & Co., and sounds from DJ Freddy Batres.

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