Central Florida's Independent Jewish Voice

Jewish Pavilion Fashion Show exceeds all expectations

No successful event is ever accomplished alone. It takes organization and attention to every detail. The Jewish Pavilion Fashion Show held on Feb. 26 was one of those well-coordinated events. Honoree Penny Goldstein and her husband, Steven, sponsored a beautifully presented breakfast from Bagel King.

Dillard's went beyond expectations creating an extraordinary gift bag for Jewish Pavilion Pearls members filled with fabulous gifts and an exclusive invitation to a make-up demonstration in April. The models said it was the best experience they have had modeling in a Jewish Pavilion Fashion Show. Dillard's offered them make-up touch ups, assistance with hair and more. Store manager, Nancy Nguyen, coordinated every service offered and hosted the show. Everyone went home with a gift bag. Forty percent off all sales items was offered to attendees and 10 percent of sales will be donated by Dillard's to the Jewish Pavilion.

Everyone that attended enjoyed the striking spring fashions, seeing old friends, meeting new friends and enjoyed the delicious breakfast. Jewish Pavilion staff worked hard to accomplish the success of this event. Nancy Ludin, Penny D'Agostino, Ashley Fisak and Maya Cleavenger carried the show to success.


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