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Out & About: Jeannette Business Association offers ladies day out

Shirley McMarlin
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Jeannette Business Association officers (from left) Missy Miller, treasurer, Dave Cochran, vice-president, and Donna McCullough, secretary, gather for a photo during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show, held April 27 at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Husband-and-wife fashion-show models Matt Jones (left) of Hempfield, the Jeannette school superintendent, and his wife, Carrie Jones, join Karen Antoniak of Jeannette and her husband, Jeannette Mayor Curtis Antoniak, for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Dee Saxton (left) of Derry and Lesley Steeves of Blairsville pose for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Fashion-show model Vivienne Cinti, 4, of North Huntingdon, joins her mother, Jennifer Miele, the event emcee, for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Sandy Hahn (left) of Jeannette and Margo Davis of Jeannette place tickets in the Chinese auction April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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From left: Linda Maher of New Alexandra, Mary Ann Calabrase of Greensburg and Christine Lee of Latrobe gather for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Fashion-show models Lauryn Lubecki (left) of New Stanton and Amanda Stanislaw of Hempfield pose for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.
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Event committee member Rae Ann Matiasic (left) of Greensburg joins event chair Laura Smith for a photo April 27 during the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day luncheon and fashion show at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.

“In the spring,” said Alfred, Lord Tennyson, “a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.”

A woman’s fancy? Well, let’s say it’s just as likely to turn to thoughts of new clothes.

A look at what’s new in warm weather togs came courtesy of the Jeannette Business Association’s Ladies Day, on April 27 at Ferrante’s Lakeview in Hempfield.

Jennifer Miele emceed a fashion show featuring models clad in the latest from Christopher & Banks, Dress Barn and Macy’s. For the June bride, there were gowns from Kimberly James Bridal Boutique.

The event attended by 200 plus also included lunch, music by DJ Danny Cooper, raffles, a spring hat contest and vendor sales of clothing, accessories, pampering products, crafts and more. A portion of the day’s proceeds went to the Blackburn Center.

Event committee included chairwoman Laura Smith, Donna McCullough, Missy Miller, Carole Babish, Margie Stanislaw, Ethel Hamilton and Rae Ann Matiasic.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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