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Caroline Thompson Elected to Girls Inc. Board

Designer, Creator and Partner of Cabana Home Stores Joins Directors


Caroline Thompson was recently elected to the Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara Board of Directors.

Designer, Creator, and Partner of Cabana Home stores in Santa Barbara and Mill Valley, Caroline, along with her husband Steve, are the principals in the Santa Barbara design and home furnishings studio.

Caroline Thompson
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Caroline Thompson

Involved with Girls Inc. for the six years she has lived in Santa Barbara, Caroline has been a member of the One Hundred Committee, as well as an original founding member of the GirlFriends Club of Girls Inc. She is on the Springtime Event Committee for Domestic Violence Solutions, a member of the Lobero Theatre Associates, The Woman’s Committee of the Amethyst Ball benefiting CADA, a Sustainer in the Junior League of Santa Barbara and a member of the Flower Guild for All Saints by the Sea Episcopal Church.

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