Glenshaw Century Club fashion show changing venue
The Glenshaw Century Club annual luncheon and fashion show will be held at the Fox Chapel Golf Club for the first time to accommodate more people.
“We sold out last year and had to turn people away,” said Mary Round, who is organizing the event with Colleen Juran and a committee of club members. “We did move because it's a larger facility.”
Last year's event drew about 330 people to Wildwood Golf Club.
The Glenshaw Century Club, a women's service organization, started in 1946 and relies on fundraising events and donations to provide services to the community. The club focuses on the elderly, poor and those in need and helps students through annual scholarships.
All proceeds from the April 27 luncheon will fund future scholarships.
“We're just a bunch of ladies trying to help kids with scholarships,” Round said.
The event will feature a sit-down lunch and a variety of door prizes, raffles and a silent auction featuring a baseball autographed by Bill Mazeroski.
A fashion show will display the collections at One Brilliant, in Aspinwall, and Cajoli, in Indiana Township.
Hampton resident Lisa Gloninger, owner of Cajoli, has been participating in the luncheon's fashion show for several years. Her line will feature “a little bit of everything,” Gloninger said. The store carries everything from jeans and workout wear to evening dresses, all of which will be highlighted.
“It's a great group of women,” Gloninger said of the club. “And I want to support my friends.”
Bethany Hofstetter is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 724-772-6364 or email@example.com.
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