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Stylin' and Sharing; Fashioning Generosity for Local Youth

WHERE
415 Westlake Ave N, Seattle
WHEN
Friday, May 31, 2013
TIME
6-8:30pm

Youth in Seattle are coming together to perform a night of fashion, music, and inspiration to make a difference in the lives of foster children and teens through the power of generosity. Local teenagers in the Seattle area are partnering up with Treehouse to make a difference in the community. Stylin' and Sharing is a fashion exposition and runway show. Under the guidance of professional model Michael Delk, local teen models have worked hard to practice and perfect their walks, chosen the most fabulous clothes to show off, and passed along clothes they no longer need to other teens in need. All ticket proceeds and clothes used in the show will be donated to the Treehouse Wearhouse to benefit local foster kids. This will be a fun event for all ages. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Parking is free. Tickets are $10 through Brown Paper Tickets and $12 at the door. Clothing and cash donations have been collected and will continue to be until the event is over. Then everything raised goes directly to Treehouse.

 Event Admission Fee (if any): $10 online, $12 at door

 Event Sponsor: Benefiting Treehouse for Kids

 Phone Number: (818) 825-2166

 Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/seattlefashionhelpers

 Public Email: stylinandsharing@live.com

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