1. Yep, we’ve got more about Christie Crummel’s resignation in Friday’s issue of Park Cities People. For the record, this story is two or three times longer than last week’s [read comment-fire here], and relies in part on a police report.
Meanwhile, a network of former Belles, including at least one who danced with team when it was chartered back in the ’80s, are meeting this afternoon with HPHS principal Walter Kelly. As I understand it, the women see Crummel’s resignation as a done deal, but want Kelly to know the scope of Belles history before a new director starts calling the shots.
2. Night Lights — the ever growing, striking-to-visit program at Lovers Lane United Methodist for special needs kids and their siblings — pulled in $60,000 Saturday at its inaugural Shine On gala.
3. A promotion to benefit humanitarian aid in Japan ends today at Rugby* in Highland Park Village, so drop in while you have a chance. You’ll get 25 percent off any $150 + purchase, and 10 percent of proceeds will go to the cause.
*Huh. The store’s one location abroad is in Tokyo (Scroll to the bottom of that linked page. Domo).