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Fashion Club helps Local Charity

The CHS Fashion Club participated in the Charity Fashion Show Event for Bella Boutique, Denver. Bella Boutique is a non-profit organization that provides new prom dresses and accessories to those students who can not afford to purchase them. This fundraising event involves local Denver Designers selecting old ugly out of date and out of style dresses and recreating them. Recycle and Redesign at it finest! Once the dresses are completed they are then modeled on the runway and auctioned off for the charity. In addition to working on their team work and critical thinking skills, students also got to create something special from something ugly all while giving back at the same time. The club raised over $900 for the charity with the auctioning of their dresses. Please give these students a high five! They did an amazing job and I was so proud to call them my students!!! Arielle Bergmann, Fashion Club Sponsor.

Team 1- Lily Phillips- 9th grade, Meredith Mistrot- 10th Grade, & Theo Galey-12
Team 2- Gianna Tarka- 11th Grade
Team 3- Audrey Elliott- 9th Grade, Tia Tarka- 9th Grade, Ella Lucas-9th Grade, Amanda Cotterman- 9th Grade
Team 4- Maria Barillari-10th grade, Aleeya Sandersen-11th grade, Dharmila Thomas-11th Grade, Demaria Moye- 11th grade. 
Team 5-  Isabel Forrest- 12th Grade, Adam Mueller- 12th grade, Phebe Potter- 12th grade, Krissy Bitzky- 12th Grade
Team 6- Sydney Fisher- 9th Grade, Morgan Loveland- 9th grade, Grace Huber- 9th grade, Maria Zavaraas- 9th grade

Models- Nira Avari, Darianna Bohn, Michelle Diller, Bryce Lowry, Gianna Tarka, Audrey Elliott, Maria Zavaraas
October 19, 2015 | By mdboatwright | Category: Chaparral High School

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