CITY OF GENEVA — Tickets are now on sale for the 19th annual Geneva Lake Women’s Association (GLWA) Women’s Day Luncheon.

The event will take place at 11 a.m. on Monday, September 19 at The Ridge Hotel, W4240 Highway 50, City of Geneva.

The event will be highlighted with an entertaining and informative presentation by actress and story scholar Leslie Goddard, Ph.D., as she portrays iconic and beloved chef Julia Child. In this portrait, Goddard brings the iconic French chef to life, discussing everything from her relationship with husband Paul Child to cooking misadventures on television.

The event will begin with a wine reception, online silent auction and raffles. Lunch will start at noon, with a chicken cobb salad and flourless chocolate cake for dessert.

Ticket holders will be notified by email when the online auction goes live on August 28.

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Event updates will be posted on GLWA’s Facebook page and www.glwa.net.

Proceeds from the Ladies Day Luncheon will go to the GLWA Philanthropy Fund to help charities in Greater Walworth County.

Tickets can be purchased at auction for good, www.biddingforgood.com/GLWA.

Throughout its history, GLWA has supported charities serving those in need.

GLWA was originally an extension of the Lake Geneva Jaycees known as Lake Geneva Jaycettes. This group of dedicated women has given their time and talents to the community through direct service projects.

In 1986, the group declared itself independent of the Jaycees and became the Association des femmes du lac Léman.

Throughout its history, GLWA members have been innovators in developing and administering programs to address the needs and issues facing the Greater Walworth County community, including Meals on Wheels, Safety Town and Special Olympics.