Prominent Tampa Bay Ladies Walk the Fashions with Flair Runway for Charity

Top Quote Fashion with Flair Silent Auction & Fashion Show sponsored by the Clearwater Community Volunteers is the elite Fall Extravaganza which benefits local children’s charities and Winter Wonderland, the annual Holiday Family Festival and toy & food drive. It will be at the Historic Fort Harrison, Saturday, September 16 from 11am to 2pm and includes a gourmet luncheon. Purchase tickets at End Quote
  • Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL (1888PressRelease) September 05, 2017 - On 16 September 2017 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm, the Clearwater Community Volunteers will transform the auditorium of the beautiful, historic Fort Harrison in downtown Clearwater into a show featuring fashions from area boutiques.  Models are a veritable “Who’s Who” of Tampa Bay. Since 2003, ladies of distinction have graced the "Fashions with Flair" stage.  This year’s models include the publisher of Tampa Bay Magazine – Margaret Word-Burnside; the wife of former congressman David Jolly – Laura Jolly; local attorney and PAL board member – Doneene Dressback-Loar; Hillsborough County School Board member – Susan Valdes; from the Children’s Home Network – Devon Anderson; Pinellas County educator - Bahiyyah Sadiki;  and more.

         The event provides a gourmet luncheon and a silent auction with items donated by local businesses.  Proceeds from the event will benefit the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Police Athletic League – Lealman Sports Complex and Winter Wonderland which is a 3-week Holiday Family Festival and toy and food drive for local charities.

         The Clearwater Community Volunteers have raised over $315,000 in the past 24 years for Tampa Bays’ Children’s Charities, including the Sheriff’s Youth Ranches, the Nourish to Flourish Foundation, Shriners Hospitals for Children Tampa and many, many more.
    Fashions with Flair
    The Annual Fashions with Flair Fashion Show & Auction  fundraiser was first held by the Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) in 2003 at the Belleair Country Club. In 2010 the show moved to the beautifully restored Fort Harrison owned by the Church of Scientology. Around 300-500 people attend each year from the greater Tampa Bay area. Their spectacular auction has something for everyone, including celebrity items, jewelry, baked goods, fine art, dinners at prestigious restaurants and many valuable gift certificates.
    Tickets/tables can be purchased and for more details about this event and the Clearwater Community Volunteers go to:

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