To celebrate both Goodwill International and Youth Mental Health weeks, St. Clair Child and Youth and Goodwill Industries are teaming up to put on a Fashion Show.
But, this is not your typical Fashion Show; there will be no runways, no glitzy fashion designers and no super-models.
What we will have is models that are super wearing haut-couture found in our local Goodwill Retail stores on three sets designed for business wear, an evening out and the weekend.
Master of Ceremonies, Heather Allen of Goodwill and Brian White of St. Clair Child and Youth will present our models, a group of staff, clients and friends of the two organizations, with poetry and music in between sets.
So Please join us on First Friday May 5th, from 7:00 – 8:00pm at the Bayside Centre (At the fountain) it should be a fun event.
Admittance to the show is free, however; donations will be gratefully accepted by both agencies should you feel inclined.
A special welcome to the Ontario Chamber Of Commerce Annual General Meeting and Convention delegates in Sarnia this weekend, we hope some of you can make it over to see the show.
St. Clair Child and Youth Services is a key component of the social infrastructure of Sarnia-Lambton. It is regarded as the primary advocate and source for services related to mental health of our children and youth. St. Clair Child & Youth Services is a accredited member of Children’s Mental Health Ontario.
Goodwill Industries – Essex Kent Lambton’s mission is to “Change Peoples Lives through the Power of Work.” Goodwill Industries has a passion for encouraging residents to reduce, reuse and recycle household goods. Every day, we collect thousands of donations in the form of used clothing and household items that are sold in local retail stores. Proceeds from those sales go to fund our varied workforce development programs throughout the communities that we serve. Truly embodying our vision “You Donate – Someone Works”