Estate Treasures 25th fashion show Oct. 4
GRASONVILLE — The 25th annual Estate Treasures fashion show is set for Tuesday, Oct. 4. The theme of this year’s show is Stunning in Silver, a tribute to the upscale resale shop’s 25 years of providing financial support for Compass Regional Hospice.
The fashion show moves to a new venue this year. Doors open at 11 a.m. at Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville. Guests will enjoy a cash bar and shopping at the boutique.
Other activites planned for fashion show guests include door prizes, raffles, a silent auction and a bake sale.
Lunch will be served at noon. The meal begins with vegetable egg rolls and assorted bruschetta, followed by a house salad. The main course is chicken capri with herb roasted potatoes and vegetable medley. Dessert is mixed berry trifle.
Following lunch, Estate Treasures volunteers and Compass Regional Hospice staff will model fashions that reflect the Stunning in Silver theme of the 25th anniversary celebration.
“The models will sparkle in outfits suitable for all occasions, including casual outfits, evening wear, and a collection of coats, capes and sweaters,” said Wende Woodham, one of the Estate Treasures volunteers who will be dressing the fashion show models. “Our models are women of all shapes, sizes and age. We are choosing clothing and accessories that will show how the right outfit flatters the figure and personality of a woman.”
Tickets for the Estate Treasures Fashion Show are $35 per guest. To purchase individual tickets or to reserve space for a group, contact Kenda Leager at Compass Regional Hospice, at 443-2624106 or email@example.com.
Estate Treasures raises funds to provide hospice care and grief support services, which are available through Compass Regional Hospice. For more information about Estate Treasures, call 410643-7360 or visit www.compassregionalhospice.org/estatetreasures.
From left are Marty Wash, development assistant, Compass Regional Hospice; Estate Treasures volunteers Wende Woodham, Lynda Brown, Sharon North, Cara Wilson and Linda Bounds; Kenda Leager, development officer, Compass Regional Hospice; and Monica Beasely, assistant general manager, Prospect Bay Country Club.