Saturday, November 26, 2022

Lantana Ladies hit the runway

New York has their Fashion Week, and the ladies of Lantana had their Fashion Night.  Belk’s spring collection was unveiled last week with models from the Lantana Ladies League.  Bright colors, flirty dresses and dazzling heels set the scene on the runway, along with sparkling chocolate diamond rings and pendants.

“It was awesome! I modeled some adorable clothes that I didn’t even know Belk carried! It’s my new favorite place to shop!” said Dana Van Zanten, LLL member, about her modeling experience.

The Fashion Show is an annual event for the league and one of the most popular of the year.  Some of the trends modeled at the show that you’ll catch this season are maxi dresses, floral and tribal prints, cuffed cropped pants and big bags.

“It was fun seeing what’s new this season up close and in person versus in a magazine.” said Thea Wood, an LLL member.

Guests were treated to drinks and a great selection of appetizers from Agave Restaurant.   A special thank you to Joni Thompson, Belk’s Special Event Coordinator, and the entire staff who helped put on a spectacular show.

“The staff at Belk really rolled out the red carpet for us, and we appreciate it. I think just about everyone found a great outfit, bag or shoes they couldn’t live without,” said Marge Bose, LLL Event Coordinator, “I would definitely recommend Belk to any organization planning a special event.”

Pictured above at the Lantana Ladies League Fashion Show (L-R): Patti Blood, Carol Reinbeau, Cindy Measles, Barb Bent, Kerri Grams, Elaine Cavallo, Dee Linnabary, Dana Van Zanten, Rhonda Williams (w/ hat), Valerie Mason, and Rose Hutchison.

Ladies will rock the Fire House at their March Meeting
Sound the alarm as it’s time to jump and shout
Get revved up and ready to put that fire out!

Join the ladies on Tuesday, March 23rd (due to Spring break) for a Fire House Sock Hop!

Meet the firefighters from Station # 511, get treated to a delicious firehouse specialty and boogie to the tunes from the 60s, 70s and 80s!

It’s a night of fun and excitement.  Put your dancing shoes on and dress the part – from  go-go boots and minis, rolled up jeans and a pony tail, disco style and platform heels or leggings and a big hairdo!  It’s back to the days of Rock and Roll, once on the dance floor we’ll add a whole lot’a Soul!

To top it off, you’ll get to check out the new fire station and learn more about fire safety.  Plus, the Raffle of the night will be a child’s ride home from school on the Fire Engine – how cool is that! 

A $10 donation (or more if you choose) per person that will go directly to the fire station.  YOU MUST RSVP BY MARCH 16TH to Joni at [email protected] as the Fire Station needs a headcount – NO EXCEPTIONS, PLEASE!  Members and non-members welcome. 

Of course the fire station will be active and ready to respond to any emergency call!

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