Holiday Boutique at Valhalla Center
Students Find Beautiful, Practical and Fun Gifts at Holiday Boutique
Candles, scarves, thermoses, jewelry and picture frames. Those were just a few of the gently used items that Special Services staff members at the Valhalla Center brought in for the Holiday Boutique December 18. Students selected a gift they liked, then went to the wrapping room.
Gabriel Mineard of Scarsdale selected a brooch for his mother. Julia Regier of Croton-on-Hudson said a radio with a flashlight on the side caught her eye. She was going to give it either as a birthday or Christmas gift.
Kaya Stern-Robinson of Tappan was drawn to a pink “Hollywood Princess” mug for her mother.
“This will be a really good gift for her because I love her,” she said.
Robert Young of Yonkers picked a silver necklace with hanging beads. He was hopeful his mother would like it. “She doesn’t wear a lot of jewelry,” he said.