Jewels of Highlands Home Tour Success! 

The Jewels of Highlands Home Tour was an incredibly successful event. 

Over 450 people enjoyed touring 7 incredible homes in the Berkeley and Regis neighborhoods. Thanks to our sponsors, advertisers, tour guests and the hard work of the dedicated committee, over $17,000 was raised for Skinner Middle School!

The tour wouldn’t be possible without the Presenting Sponsor - Nostalgic Homes

Jenny and Angelica Apel of Nostalgic Homes, are extremely active partners in the planning of the tour and Nostalgic Homes covers 100% of the costs of the tour, a remarkable contribution to our school and our community!

Thanks also to the tour sponsors and advertisers. Please make it a point to thank these businesses for their support when you patronize them: Matthew Hibler of Cherry Creek Mortgage Company, el Camino Community Tavern , Heritage Title, Studio CPG, Highlands Merchant Association, Linger, Root Down, Zaga Neighborhood Design, Lechuga's Italian Restaurant, Tennyson Pediatric Dentistry, 32nd West, BookBar, Law Office of Ayo Labode, Little Man Ice Cream, Local 46, Kiley for Kids, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Parisi, Tennyson Berkeley Business Association, and Wellspring Natural Health.

Finally, thank you to the Jewels Committee: Nicole Kazenske, Basha Cohen, Heather Berg, Caiti Dolegowski, Jennifer Wolf, Erika Taylor, Kristen McDaniel, Barbara Farley and Chairperson Rebecca Caldwell!



Thank you so much to our Presenting Sponsor:


And our other sponsors: 
Matthew Hibler of Cherry Creek Mortgage Company, el Camino Community Tavern , Heritage Title, Studio CPG, Highlands Merchant Association, LingerRoot DownZaga Neighborhood DesignLechuga's Italian RestaurantTennyson Pediatric Dentistry32nd WestBookBar, Law Office of Ayo Labode, Little Man Ice CreamLocal 46Kiley for KidsOur Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, Parisi, Tennyson Berkeley Business Association, and Wellspring Natural Health.





Proceeds benefit:
Skinner Middle School
a Denver Public School located in Northwest Denver (40th and Lowell Blvd)