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Local fashion show to benefit student mentorship program

January 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Community

<strong>The fashion show produced by Cameo Professional Auxiliary of Assistance League of Long Beach helps to fund the organization’s student mentorship philanthropic program. </strong>

The fashion show produced by Cameo Professional Auxiliary of Assistance League of Long Beach helps to fund the organization’s student mentorship philanthropic program.


Cameo Professional Auxiliary of Assistance League of Long Beach will host its annual fashion show luncheon with silent and live auctions on Saturday, March 3, at the Long Beach Convention Center. Doors will open at 10am for guests to be able to participate in the silent auction, which will feature home décor; spa, sports, and health packages; original art; designer merchandise; and vintage items.
Lunch will begin at noon followed by the fashion show, live auction and opportunity drawing. More than 1,000 guests are expected to attend. This year’s theme, “Nothing But The Blues,” celebrates the spirit of the blues music of Chicago and the South.
“Cameo members have been working hard to plan our annual extravaganza to raise awareness of and funds for our student mentorship philanthropic program,” said fashion show chairperson Penny Dumke.
Individual tickets are $95 each, and tables of 12 are $1,020 for a three-course luncheon and an award-winning fashion show by Lucinda Miedma and Gary Baker. This year’s show will feature Lourdes Chavez Couture and David Meister designs. For more information, go to ALLB.org. To make a reservation, contact Peggy Anatol at cameo@allb.org.

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