Fashion show at Bloomingdales supports Pavilion
Smiling faces, happy chatter, lively music, sparkling mimosas and delicious food! Old friends and new friends mingled, nibbled, chatted and enjoyed the ambience. It was a delightful way to spend a brisk, almost-spring morning and support the Jewish Pavilion, the Central Florida organization that supports the spirit of belonging and the Jewish identity of the Central Florida seniors.
Nancy Ludin, executive director of the Jewish Pavilion, provided opening remarks and introductions to the attendees. Marsha Berman and Ilene Stone served as co-chairs of this special event for many years and walked the runway modeling the newest fashions as well.
Many local friends of the Jewish Pavilion looked amazing as they modeled clothes and walked the runway amid cheers and flashing cameras, modeling the latest spring fashions on the second floor of Bloomingdale’s at the Mall of Millenia. Marcie Katzen was honored for her years of service and support to the Pavilion.
A portion of all purchases made that morning were donated to the Jewish Pavilion by Bloomingdales.
The mission of the Jewish Pavilion is to enhance the lives of our elders and their families and strengthen their connection to the community. Ludin has made it a priority of involving all segments of the community in this mission, even young children participate in programs for the seniors, while everyone in the community benefits.