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Share our "Passion for Fashion" and make a difference Nov. 15!

Plus, chance to win a $1,000 unrestricted gift card from The Diamond Galleria

Hurry to reserve your spot for our 2018 style show and luncheon, “Passion for Fashion!” Join emcee Shelley Kirk Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 for the 28th annual event at Holiday Inn Airport on Hwy. 41 N. in Evansville.

Passion for Fashion features a silent auction with jewelry items, massage and “pamper yourself” packages, exercise classes, themed baskets, gift cards from area merchants, event tickets and more. Find something perfect for everyone on your holiday shopping list!

Doors open at 10:30 a.m. for the silent auction. Enjoy lunch at 11:30, and at noon, community models will present fashions from The Graceful Lady and Graceful Lady Glam in Ft. Branch. Child models will show off clothing from The Lollipop Tree Boutique.

Individual: $50Passion for Fashion runway

*Friend: $75

*Patron: $100; Sponsor Table for 8: $500

*Sponsor Table for 8: $650

*Presidents’ Council: $1,000

*Benefactor: $5,000 & up

*Includes preferred seating and program listing

Passion for Fashion proceeds fund therapy for local individuals with disabilities. For details and to RSVP, contact Laura Terhune at 812-437-2627 or

Win a $1,000 unrestricted gift card from The Diamond Galleria!

One lucky Easterseals supporter will win a $1,000 unrestricted gift card from The Diamond Galleria! How? Buy up to four $25 Diamond Galleria unrestricted gift cards through Easterseals; with each one purchased, you fund life-changing therapy, and you’re entered into a drawing to win the $1,000 unrestricted gift card! A maximum of 150 of the $25 gift cards are available until Nov. 15 at “Passion for Fashion.” The winner will be drawn at the event, but you DON’T have to be present to win! To purchase gift cards in advance and be entered in the drawing, contact Caylee Elpers at 812-437-2607 or

Photo: Mitchell Preschool graduate Luke Gilberg and his Easterseals Occupational Therapist Janel Gatz were a big hit at last year’s show! Photo by Bret Roebling

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