Megan Hayes and Kimberly Reilly are reimagining the “glass is half full” concept by launching a sustainable water company that also provides people in developing countries with a new quality of life — so that Everybody has Water.
Even if you are flat out just trying to get dinner on the table and the kids dressed appropriately (anyone else have a child who is unwilling to wear a winter coat to school even when it’s 7 degrees outside?), hopefully just reading about the cool things these people are doing will bring you joy.
Good vibes are all around with local company, No Wake Lifestyle, making it clear to others they should "Make Waves Elsewhere".
Thank you to Stan, Alan and Erica for inviting CK to chat up total body wellness on South Shore Live on January 7, 2019 - it was a blast!
According to The South Shore Health Compass, more than four percent of the local population in Hingham and Cohasset live under the poverty line. For the second year, the Women Working with Women Group (W3) will be hosting a Thanksgiving food drive at the Hingham Community Center (11/14).
Women's T's, Men's T's, trucker hats and winter beanies are on sale NOW - join us in supporting Rosie's Place and the beauty & strength of ALL women, everywhere.
The Hingham Sports Partnership (HSP) annual fashion show luncheon is almost here - and CK is proud to be an event sponsor! Join us as we eagerly await this super fun afternoon at Tosca, checking out all of the latest fashions from local boutiques, and noshing on a yummy lunch (Tosca never disappoints!). Tickets are $100 each and can be purchased by visiting www.hinghamsports.com.
Garden to Garnish Farm, local organic farm and cooking school located in Hanson, Massachusetts is home to chef Tina Conte (sous chef at Hingham’s, Kate’s Table).
On Sunday, October 7, 2018 the South Shore community was rockin’ out to support the Dave Jodka Scholarship Fund for Future Rockers at Hingham’s South Shore Conservatory. The CK family was there in full force.
Throughout the month of October, we were honored to support the Hingham Police Department and the ‘Pink Patch Project’. Selling HPD pink patches for $10 (K9 and patrol), proceeds supported the Susan Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.