By JUSTIN JENVEY

Myrtleford Times - - What's On -

FUNDRAIS­ING FUN: Nola West and Norma Tor­riero hope to see a big crowd at Bright Red Cross branch’s up­com­ing fash­ion show and morn­ing tea. PHOTO: Justin Jenvey FASH­ION, food and fundrais­ing. The three will all be present at the Bright Red Cross Blumes Fash­ion Show and Morn­ing Tea next week.

The bi-an­nual event is one of the best fundrais­ers for Red Cross and also al­lows older women within the com­mu­nity, who might find it dif­fi­cult to get out of town to shop, the chance to up­grade their wardrobe.

Blumes is Aus­tralia’s lead­ing mo­bile women’s cloth­ing re­tailer and has part­nered with Red Cross in Bright to stage the fash­ion show since it started.

“We have been do­ing it for more than 20 years,” Bright Red Cross pres­i­dent Nola West said.

“It’s our way of help­ing the ladies buy some new clothes and to raise money for Red Cross.

“Many of the women who come along are reg­u­lar at­ten­dees and en­joy the so­cial as­pect of the show as much as the fash­ions.

“We put on a de­li­cious morn­ing tea while

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