Fashion & Foundation

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The 7th Annual Fashion Show presented by The City Schools Foundation has been invigorated to include a host of fashions for men and women, an enhanced runway show, new seating options and an upbeat event for men and women to enjoy. The fashion show will highlight a variety of fashions from several clothing stores ranging in price and styles including fall fashions from e.Allen, Altar'd States, Dick's Sporting Goods, Belk, Sugaree's, Trendy Pieces, Penny's Closet, Jos A Bank, Bella's Boutique, Chico's and Francescas's Closet.

Fashions will be modeled by an array of community supporters including Maria Johnson, Natalie Hopkins, Caroline Lampley, Rachel Bunn, Laurie Offutt, Tracy Giles, Meredith Taylor, Donna Barrett, Laura Dunlap, Brook LaRoche, Tara MacDougall, Tina Patel, Marilyn Tenpenny, Carolyn Tumbleson, Jessica Burns, Shelly Godwin, Diane Turnham, Kit Ramsay, Jessica Diedrich, and Hope Crews. For the second year, fashions for men will also be featured. Models Mayor Shane McFarland, Paul Patel, Adam Valentine, Trent Cheeves, Barry Campbell, and Mark Hood.

Serving as emcees for the event are Ian Reitz, WSMV News and Liz McPhee, First Lady of MTSU.

Foundation and Fashions is sponsored by Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital, U Medi Spa, The Avenue Murfreesboro, Lipscomb University, David B. LaRoche, Attorney at Law, Revolution Chiropractic, and City Tile and Floor Covering.

General Admission and Reserved Seating tickets are on sale now at Dempsey Vantrease & Follis, the Central Office of Murfreesboro City Schools and through Foundation Trustees and community supporters. Additionally, a goody bag is available to the first 250 participants through the door.

Money raised by The City Schools Foundation benefits Murfreesboro City Schools' pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade students. The Foundation's goals are to boost the school system's financial support in the areas of science and math, academic competition and excellence among students, and to address financial parity in all schools.

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