MANCHESTER, NH – What better way to kick-off spring than with Court Appointed Special Advocates of New Hampshire’s 11th annual Spring Fashion Show and Auction at the Castleton on Cobbett’s Pond in Windham.
Presented by CruCon Cruise Outlet, the Spring Fashion Show and Auction will be April 10, 2015, with doors opening at 11 a.m. This is CASA’s largest annual fundraising event and the most fun you can have supporting incredible volunteerism on behalf of the state’s abused and neglected children.
Enjoy a delicious lunch, complete with complimentary cocktail courtesy of CruCon, and bid on live and silent auctions packages. This year’s packages include weekend getaways, dinner for 12 with the Manchester Firefighters, artwork, jewelry, accessories, dining gift certificates and more. Enter for your chance to win numerous raffle prizes, including a pair of Red Sox tickets.
All of this leads up to a live runway show where notable New Hampshire women and a few good men will strut the catwalk in the latest spring trends from Benton Shoe Co. of Manchester, Bravo Boutique of Concord and Macy’s Mall of New Hampshire.
This year’s models include CASA Board member Amy Coveno, WMUR; Manchester’s First Lady Cassandra Gatsas; Corrine Rober, Bear Rock Adventures; CASA Board Chairman Dan Bernard, TD Bank; CASA Board Vice Chairman David Eby, Divine Millimet; Dianne Mercier, People’s United Bank; Dr. Elizabeth Spindel, DMD; Jamie Staton, WMUR; John Mercier, Primary Bank; Honorary Chairwoman Dr. Susan Lynch; and Virginia Prescott, NHPR.
Reserve your seats now, because this event will sell out. Buy your tickets online at www.casanh.org or call Joann at 626-4600. Single seats are $65 each or gather a group of friends and reserve a table of 10 for $600.
CASA of New Hampshire strives to protect every abused child’s right to live, learn and grow in the embrace of a loving family. A statewide, nonprofit organization, CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in New Hampshire’s family courts. To learn more about becoming a volunteer, visit www.casanh.org or call 800-626-0622.
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