17 Sep Fashion show benefits Alzheimer’s research
“The new fall season never had it so good when models took to the runway in the Taylor Auditorium on Wednesday, Sept. 12, for the “Fall into Fashion” luncheon and show at Integrace Bayleigh Chase on Dutchmans Lane.
“The luncheon and show was a benefit for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Maryland.
“An old tradition, having a fashion show stopped nearly 10 years ago at the facility, and Wednesday’s event was an effort by organizers to revive the custom, organizers said.
“They said they hope it will turn into an annual event again.
“Organizers said the idea began when Integrace Bayleigh Chase’s Amy Fountain, director of marketing in assisted living, reached out to Chico’s in the Queenstown Premium Outlets and asked if they could
help. They wholehearted agreed that they would.
“Chico’s staff members Sandy Pushkar and Donna Walls were on hand to help narrate the show.
“Models showed off a variety of separates, office wear, weekend togs, dresses, stretch bottoms, skinny skirts and more in the fashion industry’s latest fall colors of gray, black/white, indigo, taupe, deep berry, dusty rose and “rojo” red.
“Categories included ‘Uniquely Yours,’ ‘Black and White and Red All Over,’ ‘Daring Denim’ and ‘Fabulous Fall Festivities.’
“Models included Shirley Grumbling, Elynor Truffer, Pat Fleegle, Anne Ryan Neary, Jackie Dianich, Christine Marshall, Betty Glasgow and Jackie Mallin, as well as Integrace Bayleigh Chase staff members Donna Albright and Sherri Brown.”
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