Pilot Club hosts 28th annual fashion show and luncheon

Left to right are Pilot Club of Cullman members Sonya Fortner, Alena Cook, Tina Chapman, Becky Richardson, Katherine Anderson and Charlotte Ecklund. (Tiffany McKoy for The Cullman Tribune)

CULLMAN, Ala. – The Pilot Club of Cullman on Wednesday, April 26, hosted its 28th annual Fashion Show and Luncheon at The Venue at Cotton Creek. Proceeds from the event, this year titled “Vogue 2023,” will benefit Project Lifesaver, the Pilot Light Home and the Field of Miracles.

Club president Peggy Harris was thrilled with the turnout this year, which, according to her, was the largest in the history of the event.

“I always think it’s amazing every year when so many ladies turn out,” she said, noting that the show is a great time for people to come and have lunch, shop and visit with friends.

Various local stores contributed models and clothing items for the fashion show this year. Harris said that it was important to highlight the local stores in Cullman. There was also a large selection of door prizes donated by sponsors.

The Pilot Club of Cullman promotes the awareness and prevention of brain-related disorders. For more information or if you are interested in becoming a member, visit www.facebook.com/cullmanpilotclub.

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