Oct. 2—The company were being as runway-completely ready as the designs at the Glitz, Glamour & Gold Slide Trend Show and Luncheon, hosted by the Greensburg-Jeannette NAACP Women in NAACP.
About 60 friends attended the swanky affair, held Saturday at the Doubletree by Hilton in Monroeville.
In addition to having fun with the food and runway exhibit, individuals attending experienced the option to shop for clothes, add-ons and overall health and natural beauty merchandise from much more than a dozen suppliers and to bid on an array of gift baskets.
Earn Chairperson Norma Skillings welcomed attendees, and Sister Barbara Ann Smelko of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill provided the invocation.
Products Tina Aiken, Renee Gilliard, Jacqueline McLee, Brenda Mise, Summer months Rickets, Thomasina Skillings, Jamie Henderson and Tay Waltenbaugh unveiled a style of what is new for fall, with looks provided by Maurice Gingham, operator of Mo’ Reese Apparel, and Kevin Miscik, owner of Lapel’s, A Fine Men’s Clothier.
Commentary was courtesy of Girl Neila Johnson of New Generation Family members Worship Middle in Greensburg.
Jerry Skillings lent a hand as they ascended and descended the runway ways. Danny Cooper, recognised guiding the turntables as DJ Coop, supplied the soundtrack.
Ladies in NAACP, or Acquire, is a committee of the nationwide firm that serves as an advocacy vehicle for the civil rights of women and little ones. Across the country, Acquire committees carry out leadership workshops, reply to disasters, supply mentoring and assistance instructional possibilities.
Greensburg-Jeannette Gain members a short while ago done a session for individuals in its Women Venture, stated Win Secretary Ruth Tolbert. Contributors in the plan, ages 8 to 17, ended up inspired to produce dream boards for their future occupations and received assistance on appropriate gown, interaction and interviewing competencies.
“We convey to them it really is Ok to discuss up,” Tolbert reported.
Tolbert explained Acquire has designed a determination for a 12 months of guidance to the Welcome House Shelter in Greensburg and tends to make annual donations of Christmas toys to Westmoreland Local community Motion, diapers to the ParentWISE program and financial presents to the Blackburn Middle.
Greensburg-Jeannette Win users involve the Rev. Sylvia Carlson, Suzanne English, Denise Holmes, Dorothy Hufford, William Hufford, Adrienne Russell, Dr. Robin Sims, Jean Slusser, Sharon Sparks, the Rev. Yvonne Taylor, Bernice Veney, Linda West and Ruth Woods.
Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Critique staff members writer. You can make contact with Shirley by electronic mail at [email protected] or via Twitter .