Chattanooga Performing Arts League Has Fashion Show March 14

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Chattanooga Performing Arts League of the Greater Chattanooga Area is hosting a fashion show with Orange Blossom Boutique of Cleveland, Thursday, March 14, at Heritage Landing beginning at noon. A donation of $30 includes lunch, the fashion show and an accessories swap. 

Payment should be by check only, made out to The Community Foundation of Chattanooga.  On the check memo line, please identify the Performing Arts League, Spring Fashion Show and persons the check covers.  Mail to Performing Arts League, PO Box 4389, Chattanooga, TN 37405.

Make a reservation to attend by contacting Ann Allen at aallen21@gmail.com or 605-6584.

The Performing Arts League, not-for-profit, of the Greater Chattanooga Area, believes the viability of performing arts in a community begins with its youth being encouraged, developed and applauded.  Performing Arts League’s support includes theater, dance, vocal and instrumental music.  For information regarding membership contact Barbie Standefer at bstand24@gmail.com


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