Local ‘fashion plates’ take to the runway for hungry children

John and Phyllis Parrish

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The first fashion show and luncheon benefit for the San Diego Food Bank’s “Food 4 Kids Backpack Program” was held March 12 at the Sheraton Hotel & Marina on Harbor Island. Sally B. Thorton served as honorary chair working with Roxi Link, Bonnie Hage and Brandi McClain to present “Fashion Plates,” a delightful runway show produced by Leonard Simpson of Fashion Forward. Contributions are still welcome through sandiegofoodbank.org or (858) 527-1419.

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1 Comment for “Local ‘fashion plates’ take to the runway for hungry children”

  1. We enjoyed being a part of the 'fashion plates' fun benefiting the San Diego Jacobs and Cushman Food Bank

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