Business Briefs

Business briefs 11.11.11

Tucson natives REBECCA GOLD (left in photo) and SHANA CUTLER have created LOVE JAY GIRLS, a collection of flower girl and special occasion dresses for girls sold through bridal boutiques and high-end children’s stores. Gold earned a bachelor’s degree in retailing and consumer sciences from the University of Arizona, followed by an associate’s degree in fashion design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, Calif., and has worked for bridal designer Ines Di Santo. Cutler received a bachelor’s degree in fashion marketing from the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University in New York. The parent company of the Los Angeles-based Love Jay Girls is Felicia’s LLC, named for Cutler’s late mother. For more information, visit lovejaygirls.com.

THE FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL COMPLEX in Tucson is seeking rabbis or lay volunteers to help serve the incarcerated Jewish population. Contact Chaplain James Elliott at 663-5000, ext. 6376.

ARIZONA THEATRE COMPANY is recruiting volunteers for a variety of weekday and evening/weekend tasks. Volunteer perks include tickets to ATC performances. Contact Jonathon Crider at 884-8210 or [email protected]

THE INVISIBLE THEATRE has received a $5,000 grand from RBC Foundation-USA to fund its Pastime Players youth programming and outreach.