Press Release – March 19, 2018
The Traveling Little Black Dress Fashion Show & Luncheon
Models and Sponsors Announced
Contact: Tammy Mills – Board of Directors/Public Relations
Phone: (315) 730-0420
Address: 35 State Street, Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Seneca Falls, NY, – (March 19, 2018) – Anticipation is building as several models and sponsors have confirmed participation in the spring fashion show & luncheon to raise funds for the Seneca County House of Concern. The sixth annual event, titled The Traveling Little Black Dress… “goes Disco”, is traveling again and will be held on Friday, April 20th and Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at the Seneca Falls Country Club, 2790 State Route 89.
The fun will begin at 11:00 a.m. with raffles for items donated from several local businesses and restaurants. At 11:30 the doors will open, and attendees will be served lunch and treated to another delightful show. Models will be local friends of the organization including Mary Cook of Mix 98.5, Desiree Darby and Jerry Moran of Generations Bank, Emily Hilimire of Lyons National Bank, Tom Hilimire of Ace Automatics/Manhill Food Services, and Lisa Fitzgerald of ITT Gould Pumps. Several sponsors are supporting the fundraiser including but not limited to Bonadent Dental Laboratories, Summit Federal Credit Union, Waterloo Container, Generations Bank, ITT Gould Pumps, Dr. Rodney Littlejohn, Barrett Marine and DA Liquor.
Tickets for the event are open seating at $40.00 each. Save by purchasing two or more for $35.00 each. Reserved seating will be only for tables of 8 attendees at $260.00 per table. Bring your family, friends or co-workers together and reserve a table. Tickets can be purchased by calling Susan at (315)730-4975, at The Copy Shop and Bee’s Cookies & Cakes, both located on Fall Street in Seneca Falls, or on the Seneca County House of Concern website www.houseofconcern.org/tickets.
This year, the Seneca County House of Concern celebrates its 49th year in service to Seneca County. The organization’s primary goal at inception was to help neighbors in need, and that continues to be its goal today. Unfortunately, the need continues with the organization providing food for an average of 400 families every month.
Remember, when you support The Traveling Little Black Dress Fashion Show, you are helping to feed the hungry in Seneca County.
The mission of the Seneca County House of Concern is to help those in need with basic necessities such as food, clothes and household items and to treat everyone with dignity and respect. The organization has been a source of assistance for people in difficult situations for over 49 years, feeding minds with knowledge, stomachs with food and hearts with hope. On the web at houseofconcern.org.
If you would like more information about the Seneca County House of Concern, please contact Olan Mack at 315-568-2433 or email email@example.com.