Annual Hamilton County Republican Women Fall Fashion Show: Fun With A Purpose

Monday, September 11, 2017
Fashion Show Planning Committee members are, left to right, Beth Williams, Jenny McFarland, Ellen Hardy, Linda Shriver-Buckner, Billie Whiteside, Hope Crye, Sharon Blankenship, Ellen Dye, Patsy Henry and Billie Weiss
Fashion Show Planning Committee members are, left to right, Beth Williams, Jenny McFarland, Ellen Hardy, Linda Shriver-Buckner, Billie Whiteside, Hope Crye, Sharon Blankenship, Ellen Dye, Patsy Henry and Billie Weiss

The Annual Hamilton County Republican Women's Annual Fashion Show is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Oct. 7 at Morning Pointe, 9650 Leyland Dr., Collegedale.

Officials said, "Stein Mart will provide fashion combinations and ideas that will extend your wardrobe through the holidays. 

"Back by popular demand,  mystery guests and club members will model men and women's clothing.

"Proceeds from this fashion show will once again benefit veterans in the Chattanooga area as part of our 'Caring for America' program." 

Tickets are $25 and may be purchased by contacting a member of Hamilton County Republican Women or from the Fashion Show Chair patsylhenry@hotmail.com Or (423) 364-4622



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