Monday, November 28, 2005
The runway is set to open at the Westport Woman’s Club for a very special fashion show and luncheon Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 11:30 a.m. to benefit CLASP Homes, Inc., a Westport-based not-for-profit agency serving adults with developmental retardation.
What makes the show unique, says CLASP spokeswoman Alisa Levinson, is that the models sporting designs from CHICO’s will be CLASP residents.
“We have worked hard to raise awareness in our community about who we are, and what important work we do,” said Tracy Flood, CLASP president. “Last year was a tremendous success, and the models are very excited about the upcoming show.”
Betty Lou Cummings, a former Westport second selectman, is scheduled to emcee the event, which will also include a silent auction.
Tickets are $60 each, the proceeds of which will go directly to various CLASP programs, Levinson said. To purchase tickets or for more information call 226-7895, ext. 144.
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