Sears fashion fund raiser
News - October 26, 2011 Edition
Time to step out in style with a little help from Sears and River Rat Treasures.
On Sunday, November 6, beginning at 1 p.m., Seaway District High School parents council is joining Sears, Iroquois, in putting together a bold, bright show of the latest Sears fashions as part of a school fund raiser.
“Every year, Sears and River Rat Treasures stages a fashion fund raiser,” said Candace Menges, co-owner of Sears and River Rat Treasures in Iroquois, “and chooses a local charity or organization as the recipient. This year we were approached by the Seaway District High School parents’ council. Chair Leslie Disheau explained the school is raising funds for classroom equipment and learning materials, such as SmartBoards, We were glad to help: Seaway will be this year’s recipient of proceeds from our annual fashion show.”
Also lending their support in the community will be Scotia Bank, Morrisburg, which has agreed to match any funds raised by the fashion show.
With the backing of corporate Sears, Menges has arranged for over 16 volunteer models, ages seven to 70, to walk the runway at the afternoon show.
“Our models are a wide variety of ages, shapes and sizes,” she said, “because Sears offers a wide variety of stylish clothing in all shapes and sizes. Among the models for the show will be Seaway principal Terry Gardiner and guidance head, Mark Lewis.”
With a Mardi Gras theme, and all the colour and fun of Carnival, this fashion show is sure to thrill guests.
Local vendors will have displays around the Seaway gymnasium, (where the fashion show will take place). They will be offering some great deals, discounts and specials to visitors. Look for outstanding door prizes and enjoy some delicious refreshments served by the parents council.
As an additional bonus, the first 100 ticket holders who arrive at the show will receive a very special gift.
With the Christmas party season nearing, and, for some lucky travellers, upcoming cruises, this timely fashion event will show off great clothing ideas from Sears.
“We’ll be showing every day wear, evening, party and cruise wear for both men and women,” Menges said. “There will be some wonderful fashions for guests to enjoy.”
Tickets for the Carnival of Fashion are $10 for adults, $5 for youth and children under four, free.
Advance tickets can be purchased at Sears Iroquois and Morrisburg and from the Seaway parents council.
Don’t miss the Carnival of Fashion Fund Raiser on November 6 at Seaway High School.
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