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UPDATED July 10: A craft and jewelry sale called "heARTfelt," to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, was held from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 8, at 170 Washington St, Arlington, the home of Ellen Eisner.

Complimentary wine and snacks were served.

Available was jewelry, paintings, photography, crocheted items, cards, cookies, coffee and more.

Cash, checks, Venmo, Apple Pay all were accepted for payment, Eisner told YourArlington.

Seeking more walkers

Eisner is a captain for the participant in the Jimmy Fund Walk called B.E. the Team. As of June 19, the team has 10 walkers, and Eisner said she hopes to recruit a few more walkers before July 8.

The team goal is to raise $20,000, of which $10,000 is Eisner's own goal. "I am committed to crushing that goal and hope my July 8 fund-raiser will make a real difference," she wrote via email.

Thirteen artists/crafters are lined up to sell everything from the categories listed above.

Eisner plans to have three popup canopies set up outside as well artists exhibiting in the kitchen, dining room and living room. In addition, the backyard will be set up with tables and umbrellas so people can hang out and schmooze before and after shopping.


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This news announcement was published Monday, June 19, 2023, based on information provided by Ellen Eisner of Arlington. It was updated July 10.