Upcoming Fashion Show to Benefit Needy School Children; Set for November 18

Nov. 2, 2009

 

Bruce Paul Goodman Fashion Clothiers, A.J. Ugent Furs, and Steven Edwards Color Group are

 

teaming up with the Star of Hope Foundation (SOHF) on Wednesday, November 18 to present a

 

Holiday Fashion Show Luncheon at the Wisconsin Club Milwaukee. The event will raise money for

 

area elementary and high school students in need of educational financial assistance.

 

 

Models will include area women of different sizes and ages, who will wear clothing lines exclusive to

 

the Milwaukee area. Featured will be business and casual wear for holidays, evenings and days.

 

Cocktails are set for 11 a.m., luncheon at 12 noon, and the fashion show itself at 1 p.m.. The cost is

 

$45 per person, or $600 for corporate tables of 10. The latter includes acknowledgement and

 

preferred seating.

 

For reservations, phone Dawn Mitrovich, chairperson, 414-305-0631.Checks for the event and

 

donations to the SOHF should be made out to the Star of Hope Foundation and mailed to 1246 N. Van

 

Buren St., Milwaukee, WI 53202.

 

The nine-year-old SOHF raises funds that are given in bridge grants to students to enable them to

 

attend and participate in parochial, private or public schools without regard to age, gender, grade point

 

average, race, ethnicity, religious affiliation or sexual orientation. The students are recommended by

 

their teachers or principal and the funds go directly to the school, which in turn awards educational

 

financial assistance to the child in need.

 

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