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Fall fashions for Fuel
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Tiger Lily is preparing the models and First National Bank is preparing the runway for this year’s Fall Fashion Show which benefits Warren County Schools Fuel Program. Pictured, from left, are Kari Burnett of Tiger Lily, Anne Vance of First National, and Katelyn Wortman and Kathryn Carden of Tiger Lily.

First National Bank will transform its lobby into a runway beginning at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 7, for Tiger Lily’s annual Fall Fashion Show.

All proceeds benefit Warren County School System’s Fuel Program. This program supplies students, who otherwise would not have food, with take-home meals over the weekend and extended breaks.

Kari Burnett of Tiger Lily Boutique said, “We have been sponsoring this event for four or five years to raise money for the Fuel Program which provide meals for students who need meals over the weekend and over extended breaks. This year First National Bank has jumped on board and offered their lobby for the event. We always have a lot of fun at this event.”

Fall and winter fashions will be the theme of the afternoon. Fourteen models will don contemporary apparel ranging from collard trends, popping colors, comfy lounge wear, and fall/ winter tops and sweaters ranging from cropped to an oversized style. In addition to this, there will be vendors on hand to provide the opportunity to purchase jewelry, accessories, embroidered items, home décor and more. Light bites will be provided by Warren County School’s Culinary Arts. 

Anne Vance, of First National Bank, said, “I would love to have the bank lobby full with standing room only. The reason the bank is involved is we want to help the community fund the Fuel Program. We have a beautiful lobby to use and to offer up for this event.”

Burnett added, “This will event will be a very casual afternoon that gives everyone a chance to kick-off their Christmas shopping and support a very worthwhile cause as these meals are so very important to so many children in our community.”

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Tiger Lily Boutique, online at Tigerlilyboutique.com, or visit their Facebook page at Tiger Lily Boutique.