Adella Apparel holds fashion show to benefit Rowan Hospice
SALISBURY — On April 18, Adella Apparel was host for its third Charity Fashion Show at the F&M Trolley Barn.
All proceeds raised were given to Rowan Hospice and Pallative Care in memory of Travis Casper and Brad Kluttz.
Guests enjoyed cupcakes, cake pops, light appetizers and cocktails. RHB Creative provided live music.
A raffle was held for a limited edition Yeti cooler from Ketchie Outdoors. All volunteer models showed the latest spring fashions for 2015.
Lorabelle Baby also had a smaller version of the fashion show with models ranging in age from 2 through 5.
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