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GRAWA shops local, store pays it forward

Monroe County Bar Association Executive Director Mary Loewenguth, Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York Vice President Greta Kolcon and GRAWA President Jill Paperno at Craft Co. No. 6. Nora A. Jones

Monroe County Bar Association Executive Director Mary Loewenguth, Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York Vice President Greta Kolcon and GRAWA President Jill Paperno at Craft Co. No. 6. Nora A. Jones

Craft Company No. 6 at 785 University Ave. hosted an open house last week for members of the Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys, donating 20 percent of sales back to the organization.

Shop owner Kathy Verzillo and her associates were on hand at the converted firehouse, whose merchandise includes jewelry and American artisan items.

GRAWA members spent more than $1,200, finding gifts and treasures, and ultimately sending nearly $250 back to GRAWA’s balance sheet.

Wine and appetizers enticed shoppers to visit and network.