The Wasatch Front Red Hat Chapters from Utah celebrated their annual hoot with a Red Hat Trunk Exchange. Members loaded the trunks of their cars with Red Hat items they no longer used, and met at the parking lot in the city park and bartered, exchanged, or donated the items with each other. This provided an opportunity for new Red Hat Members to acquire needed hats, clothes, or bling. The Hatters also collected $225 as a contribution to the ALS foundation in the name of one of their beloved Queens (Carol Kay) who passed away from complications of the disease. Items that remained after the exchange were gathered and donated to the local thrift store that donates its profits to ALS.
What a great idea for a local shop 'n' swap! Thanks to Queen Beverly of the Rinkled Red Hots for sharing this activity and the accompanying photos.