Our Lady of the Elms, an independent, Catholic school rooted in the Dominican tradition, educates girls and young women to listen openly, evaluate wisely, speak bravely, lead justly, and serve compassionately.
Our Lady of the Elms
Deluxe House Wine Cellar & Wine Pairing Dinner
It’s time to clear some house clutter and make way for 100 bottles of top-notch wine! This package is great for both casual wine-lovers looking to establish a wine cellar and wine connoisseurs looking to expand their inventory. Bring home 100 bottles of wine and instantly create your own house wine cellar! Included in this wine package are outstanding selections sure to enhance any occasion.
To celebrate your new purchase, invite six of your friends to an incomparable wine-pairing dinner party for eight in your home with full service by Bistro 111. Create a wine-lovers dinner menu of your dreams with Meghan Pender ‘07, Our Lady of the Elms alum and the owner of Bistro of 111, and she will handle the rest. Meghan’s business partner, Chef Anthony Scolaro, will prepare the dinner. From cooking to cleaning up, all your details will be handled for an incredible night in the comfort of your home.
Our Lady of the Elms (OLE), an independent, Catholic school, educating in the spirit of St. Dominic, is seeking a new President who will lead the school to a new level of excellence. As a practicing Catholic, the President will be the spiritual leader of the school, embracing the core values of Dominican life - study, prayer, community, and service. As the educational leader, the President will ensure a dynamic learning environment wherein the OLE school mission to “educate girls and young women to listen openly, evaluate wisely, speak bravely, lead justly, and serve compassionately” permeates all aspects of school life. The new President will heighten the profile of OLE by developing more partnerships and support beyond the school’s traditional boundaries.
If you have a prospective kindergartener, register now for our Spring Kindergarten Screening on Wednesday, April 20. Questions? Call Sarah Hutzler-Psihountakis at 330.867.0918.