The High Tea and Fashion show is a benefit for Positive Wellness Alliance. Join us April 21st, Sunday at the Edward C. Smith Civic Center Ballroom in Lexington from 3 to 5 pm! It will be a great afternoon of High Tea goodies and fashions for mothers, daughters, aunts, grandmothers and your girlfriends!
Our wonderful fashions for all ages are from:
Lydia’s Boutique – specializing in clothing and gifts for children from birth to age eight
Grace, Ella and Eve Boutique – specializing in fine layettes, school aged girls clothing and ladies accessories
A Belle Boutique – specializing in clothing and accessories for women of all ages
Dawn’s Bridal Shop – specializing in wedding gowns, bridesmaids’, mothers’, flowergirls’ and special occasion dresses
Mary Berrier, owner and operator of The Buttercup Cafe in Denton will serve typical high tea fare on vintage china. Accomplished singer/songwriter, Jessica Mashburn will perform live music throughout the event. Local photographer, Melissa Sheets, specializing in children and family portratis will be making memories with her photography!
Our main event sponsor – Fine China – is Bunce Buildings
Our other sponsors – Earl Grey are – All’asta, Breeden Insurance Services, Edward Jones – Schoonmaker Office, Hubert Womack, Kivi Leroux Miller and Edgar Miller, SunTrust Bank, and Younts Insurance.
Tickets are $20.00 for adults over 18; $10.00 – children 6 to 17 and free for children 5 and under. You can purchase tickets from PWA board members, at the PWA office, Lydia’s Boutique, Edward C. Smith Civic Center or online through http://pwafashionshow2013.eventbrite.com.
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HIV/AIDS is increasing in the South.
HIV infections are rising dramatically in the South, even as they decrease elsewhere in the U.S.
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