Tusculum students to walk the runway in fashion show April 29 to benefit Greene County Habitat for Humanity
Tusculum College students, Habitat for Humanity volunteers and others will take a stroll down the catwalk for a good cause on Thursday, April 29, at the General Morgan Inn.
Tusculum College Bonner Leader students are organizing a Fashion Show to benefit Greene County Habitat for Humanity. The public is invited to an evening of fashion and fun that will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Ballroom of the General Morgan Inn.
It is the third year that Bonner Leader students have coordinated a Fashion Show to benefit Habitat for Humanity. Bonner Leaders is a student-led service-learning oppor¬tunity that requires its members to fulfill 100 hours of volunteer work a semester and provides leadership training.
Fabulous fashions from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore will be modeled on the runway by Tusculum students, Habitat for Humanity volunteers and students from Greeneville Middle School who participate in a mentoring program with the Bonner Leader students. Spring fashions will be on display as well as wedding dresses recently received by the Habitat ReStore.
All clothes that are modeled will be available to purchase at the conclusion of the Fashion Show. The Habitat ReStore, located on West Main Street across from the Crescent School building, provides funds to Habitat from its sales of donated clothes, collectibles, household items, furniture and other items, and those funds are used in Habitat’s efforts to provide affordable housing for residents of Greene County.
B. J. Roberts, instructional technology specialist at Tusculum who is a well known local actor, will be master of ceremonies for the event.
Refreshments will be served during the Fashion Show.
The Fashion Show is being sponsored by Andrew Johnson Bank and Blackburn, Childers and Steagall, PLC, CPA.
Decorations for the Fashion Show have been donated by Bob’s Factory Outlet.
Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students and children. Tickets will be sold at the door.
For more information about the Fashion Show, call 423-636-7372.