The grand prizes that will be given away at this year's Pilot Club Fashion Show & Luncheon (Peggy Harris)
CULLMAN – Need some inspiration for your spring and summer wardrobe? If your closet looks like it needs a make-over with fresh new colors, textures and accessories you’ll want to hurry down to the Cullman County Museum or the Cullman Civic Center and purchase a ticket to the 26th annual Pilot Club of Cullman Fashion Show & Luncheon!
The event, this year themed “Material Girl,” will take place on Wednesday, April 25 at 11 a.m. at the civic center.
“No tickets will be sold at the door this year,” cautioned co-chair if the event, Pilot Club member Peggy Harris. “This will be a wonderful event that you won’t want to miss; each attendee will receive an envelope filled with coupons from local merchants and vendors, plus a delicious meal catered by Applebee’s, and a fun look at the latest fashions, all for the ticket price of $20!”
The event is one of several fundraisers which benefit Pilot Club projects. The organization supports the local Pilot Light House, an emergency harbor for abused children, as well as helping to fund the Field of Miracles and Project Lifesaver which provides bracelets equipped with a transmitter that locates patients with brain disorders such as dementia in the event that they become lost or separated from their families.
Eleven area merchants will be presenting this year’s look at the latest fashions. The Master of Ceremonies, local State Farm agent, Katherine Morgan, is also a member of the Pilot Club.
This year’s sponsors are: Mr. Hick’s Menswear, MoMo She, Belk, Better Than Before, the Sweetheart Tree, Options, Tre Bellezze Boutique, Jennifer’s Treasures, Younique Sophistication, Be Blessed Boutique and Dixie Duds and Decor.
One of the highlights of the Pilot Club Fashion Show is the drawing for fabulous door prizes. This year’s grand prizes are:
- A half-carat solitaire chocolate diamond in a 14k rose gold bezel pendant mounted on a 20-inch 14k rose gold chain. Valued at $2,000, donated by Doug Doggett Jewelers.
- A Sterling silver bracelet with a citrine stone surrounded by small diamonds. Valued at $255 from Ed White Jewelers
- A two-day, three-night stay at Emerald Beach in Panama City Beach, courtesy of Abbott Vacation Rentals
“You must be present to win,” stressed Harris. “These are just three of many prizes donated by our generous local merchants.”
There will also be 14 local vendors on hand to make your shopping even more convenient. Lunch will be Applebee’s great grilled-chicken salad with a variety of dressings from which to choose. Beverages are donated by People’s Bank.
At a glance
26th annual Pilot Club of Cullman Fashion Show & Luncheon
Wednesday, April 25
Doors open at 11 a.m.
Lunch served at 11:30 a.m.
Event begins at noon
Tickets on sale at the Cullman Civic Center and the Cullman County Museum. Tickets are $20 and none will be available at the door, so be sure to purchase prior to the event.
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