North Tahoe High hosting Bon Voyage Fashion Show for Project Grad
March 24, 2015
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Enjoy an evening of fashion and frivolity when the North Tahoe High School Class of 2015 takes to the runway at the Bon Voyage Fashion Show, Sunday, March 29, at 6:30 p.m.
This event is a fundraiser for Project Grad, which provides a safe and sober way for seniors to celebrate this great milestone.
Proceeds go toward the cost of the chaperons who will accompany them on their graduation trip to San Francisco.
Get a peek at the latest North Tahoe fashions, nosh on delectable desserts, score some major raffle prizes, and help the North Tahoe High School Project Grad cause.
Raffle prizes include a $500 cash grand prize, a two-night Squaw Valley condo stay, a summer package from Squaw Valley, a TRX exercise package, local restaurant and store gift certificates, and more.
These animated seniors will rule the runway, showing off a collection of North Tahoe's finest apparel.
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Attendees will glimpse the latest fashions from Tahoemade, bigtruck Hats, Fine 'N Funky, Kalifornia Jean Bar, Dress the Party, and Tipsy Gypsy Boutique.
Also gracing the runway will be styles from K Blarney Headbands, Pass it on Thrift, Lather & Fizz, and New and Used Tahoe Sports.
Across the nation, more teen deaths occur during graduation time than at any other time of year. These deaths are preventable. The North Tahoe community can ensure its teens don't become part of these national statistics.
Come say Bon Voyage to our teens and enjoy a fabulous community evening. The event takes place at NTHS on Polaris Road in Tahoe City. Tickets can be purchased from any NTHS senior or at the door; adults, $15 each and children $5.
For more information, call 530-412-3465.
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