Fashionable fundraiser a hit
Despite the wintry conditions, there was plenty of warmth among those who gathered recently for an evening of fashion and entertainment.
Staff from Hotlocs Hair Body and Soul turned the Beachlands salon into a catwalk which hosted models wearing the latest fashions from Fiori, Hazard Clothing and Shoes and Corner Surf Shop.
Latia Robinson, Jesse Muir and Eloise Kirk entertained the crowd of around 80 with music.
Local businesses contributed goods and services to the event which helped to raise funds for Mid West Charity Begins At Home.
Special guest Bianca Forrester told those gathered how humbled her family was to have been the recipient of a generous donation from the local charity when her son Eli was very ill.
“It’s a very important charity that gives directly back to the community,” Ms Forrester said.
The Geraldton charity aims to create hope and offer financial relief for residents of the Mid West residents who are in need due to serious illness.
It was named not-for-profit organisation of the year at this year’s Mid West Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Excellence awards.
Ella Muller, Anel Coombes, Bianca Shepley and Annette Grant at the fundraising event.
Israel Williamson, Denver Ridge and Abbey Rowe wait for their turn at the photo booth.
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Lee-Anne Robb, Sandra Battersby and Helen Miller catch up after the fashion parades.
Kate Wood, one of the lucky raffle winners with her prize, with Sarah Gaby and Lizzy Piggott.
Tegan Boyd, Nicole Cragan, Zoe Whitby and Vanessa Bancilhon enjoy the mild winter evening outdoors.
Janey Mischke and Rhiannon Muir from Hot Locs Hair Body and Soul take a break from serving guests.
Meg Whitby and Jacob Morton relax after watching the fashion parade.
Latia Robertson, who sang to entertain the crowd, with Kelly Robertson.
Mid West Charity Begins At Home committee member, Sonya Hamilton, with Jodie Moore and Priscilla Bruce.