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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Falling Leaves Fashioneesta fundraiser is Nov. 9



Falling Leaves Fashioneesta


            The Rim Country Optimist Club is extending an invitation to attend the  Falling Leaves Fashioneesta. This is a cooperative effort between the Optimist Club, Payson Assisting Displaced Students (P.A.D.S.), local Girl Scout Troop and the individual and business sponsors who are  supporting  the event.  Most of the proceeds will be given to PADS, which helps to provide food, clothing, shoes, transportation to tutorial classes, to the doctor and paying for their medical needs, etc. A smaller portion will be used to buy items of clothing to include in Christmas boxes for youth in need.

            The only way to describe the Falling Leaves Fashioneesta extravaganza is “elegant!” From beginning to end your senses will be delighted. A tasteful luncheon will please your pallet and it will be served by local Girl Scouts. The table decorations will be unique and lovely with some becoming door prizes.

            Both the Boutique and Bob’s Western Wear will be displaying the latest fashions. The models will range in age from high school through senior citizen. The male models, which are the newest addition to this event, will add to the charm and fun of the day.

            Music will be provided by Fred Carpenter. There will be a multitude of exciting individual raffled items and silent auction baskets for one and all to try and obtain.

            The Fashioneesta will take place Saturday, November 9, 2013 at Payson Senior Center (512 W Main Street). Doors open at 11:00 am.  To gain more information, to become a sponsor or to make a donation, to purchase tickets for the Fashioneesta, or to buy raffle tickets please contact: Joan Young (928-472-2264), Flo Moeur (480-201-2990) or Joanne Conlin at Payson Senior Center (928-474-4876). Note that advanced reservations will be taken for tables of 8 people. Purchase your tickets early. Last year the Fashioneesta sold out before the event took place

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