Grad fashion show a success

On April 12th, our annual Fashion Show and Dessert Evening fundraiser was held with all funds raised going to cystic fibrosis


On April 12th, our annual Fashion Show and Dessert Evening fundraiser was held with all funds raised going to cystic fibrosis and especially the Central Alberta Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.

Central Alberta Christian High School students and staff modeled clothing from 21 different businesses with something for everyone. Red Deer Cystic Fibrosis Chapter President Kelly Tibbets as well as Cindy Prins both spoke passionately about cystic fibrosis.

A total of $7,417.51 was raised.

The Fashion Committee would like to thank Central Alberta Christian High School Catering for providing all the desserts, the many businesses who provided the clothing for the fashion show, the businesses and people who provided silent auction and door prizes items and everyone who came out to help make this evening a success.

Plans are underway for next year’s event which has been set for April 17, 2014 and will benefit the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

— Fashion Show Committee

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