Fashion show focuses on cancer care and a cure
Student models strutted their stuff on the catwalk at last year's Styles and Smiles fashion show for breast cancer. This year's event will take place April 12. (APRIL GUILMET)
The fifth annual Styles and Smiles Fashion Show for breast cancer will take place Saturday, April 12, at Windham High School.
Windham High School junior Alex Monfette, who studies fashion design, will also show off some of her "up-cycled" prom dress creations.
Students from the Londonderry Dance Academy will entertain crowds with an original dance number, while ConvenientMD Urgent Care in Windham is sponsoring the event's concessions.
Donations to support the local team can be made online at www.avonwalk.org or on the team's website, www.teambelladonna.weebly.com.
Tickets will be sold at the door for a donation of $10 per person, or two tickets for $15. Breast cancer survivors will be admitted free of charge.
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