Last Updated on May 22, 2022
Dayle Dawes and Julie Helms are now regular contributors to the RESIDENT WRITERS section of this website. Their pieces also appear in the NEWS section. We also welcome contributions from other resident writers.
Resident writer Dayle Dawes gives us a peak of what to expect at the upcoming 10 year celebration of the Ladies Boutique on Feb. 13 from 10 AM – 2 PM.
Resident writer Dayle Dawes learns a lot when she researches the meaning of a French nickname, which she finds is really a surname.
Is the sauerkraut overflowing its container? Or is it love? Resident writer Julie Helms introduces her piece with these questions.
The Boutique is featuring a great selection of outfits for the holidays highlighted by Dayle Dawes, Boutique publicist.
Resident writer Dayle Dawes describes the opportunities and advantages of shopping at the Boutique for holiday gifts. The Boutique will display some of these during the month of December in the Shortline Cafe display window.
Resident writer Dayle Dawes presents the history behind the 2024 Olympic mascot.
The Boutique has a great selection of outfits for the upcoming holiday season. Resident Writer, Dayle Dawes offers a hint of some of the fitting holiday inventory.
Resident writer, Dayle Dawes enjoys watching the fashion flair of Parisians.
Resident writer Julie Helms reflects on the cycle of life observed as she takes time to “notice” on her walk around Charlestown’s loop road.
Dayle Dawes, Boutique publicist, invites you to see the best of the best, and every item you need to look great daily or at special events such as the upcoming Gala.
Sometimes nightmares do happen. Julie Helms knows only too well.
Dayle Dawes, Boutique Publicist, invites us to explore the Boutique’s selection of clothing and accessories perfect for your fall activities.
Ladies Boutique publicist and resident writer Dayle Dawes knows that you don’t want summer to end just yet. So, it’s the perfect time to start looking for summer sales … and does the boutique have one waiting for you!
Resident writer Julie Helms spends a week observing the action at ground zero, monitoring the enemy, and taking notes.
Julie Helms offers words of comfort (?) to those facing cataract surgery.