Pearls of wisdom to help tackle domestic violence

Stephen Dibb of Stephen Dibb Jewellery with Judith Trevan-Hawke of Zonta International and Redland City Mayor Karen Williams and the string of pearls that will be raffled for this months diner en rouge. 
Photo by Chris McCormack
Stephen Dibb of Stephen Dibb Jewellery with Judith Trevan-Hawke of Zonta International and Redland City Mayor Karen Williams and the string of pearls that will be raffled for this months diner en rouge. Photo by Chris McCormack

DINERS at a top nosh dinner to raise money for domestic violence victims will be able to vie for some "pearls of wisdom".

Cleveland jeweller Stephen Dibb donated a $5000 pearl necklace to be raffled at mayor Karen Williams' Diner en Rouge on November 29.

Tickets for the strand of South Sea pearls, which has an 18ct white gold diamond clasp, cost $50 and can be bought at council's customer counter or at the Redland Performing Arts Centre box office.

Zonta International, an organisation of executives and professionals to advance the status of women, is also supporting the fund-raising diner.

Zonta district governor Judith Trevan-Hawke said the pearls were a good way to raise money for domestic violence.

Diners, dressed in red and white, will meet at Cleveland Library Square at 6.30pm before being whisked away to a secret location for the dinner.

Tickets for the dinner cost $170 and are available at the Redland Performing Arts Centre box office, online at www.rpac.com.au or by contacting 3829 8131 during business hours.

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