Flair And Fashion Show To Benefit CASA

Join Court Appointed Special Advocates for an afternoon of fashion, sophistication and high tea. This benefit will lift up the lives of our community’s most vulnerable youth. Tickets are now available for the Flair, Fashion Show, and Tea Fundraiser for CASA of Coos County, presented by Inland Point! The event takes place Saturday, July 20th from 1-3pm in the Venture Inn Restaurant at Inland Point, at 2265 Inland Drive in North Bend. The event will feature a fashion show featuring local models, clothing, and high tea which includes a selection of teas, coffee and assorted savories, decedent desserts and pastries.

Tickets are $25 and advanced purchase is recommended, as seating is limited. Tickets can be purchased by contacting Judith Smith at (541) 260-9889, or stopping by ORCCA offices at 1855 Thomas Avenue in Coos Bay. Ticket purchases are tax deductible. All proceeds will benefit the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Coos County, who provide advocacy services to abused and neglected children in the court system. The event has been put together with the support of several local businesses, including Inland Point who has sponsored and organized the event. All clothing and accessories showcased in the fashion show have been donated by local stores including Black Horse Boutique of Bandon, Truffles of Bandon, and our local Macy’s Clothing Store.

CASA of Coos County, a program of Oregon Coast Community Action, has been operating since 1993 with the support of donors, grants and foundations. Valued contributors have been: Bandon High School and Powers High School Community 101 programs, Bay Area Hospital, Bill Healy Foundation, the City of Coos Bay, Coos Bay/North Bend Rotary Club, Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation, Harrington Foundation, Pacific Power Foundation, Randall Charitable Trust, Wells Fargo, Coos Bay Area Soroptimists, Zonta Club of Coos Bay, and a number of local organizations and generous individuals. Oregon Coast Community Action is a non-profit network of programs that help feed, house,warm, and educate the communities of the South Coast. For more information on ORCCA, call (541) 435-7080 or visit www.orcca.us.

This entry was posted on Friday, June 28th, 2013 and is filed under Local News, Public Service Announcements.