"Ohio Valley Goodwill Preps for 2009 Fashion Show!"

the 2009 “What Matters Most” Fashion Show Graphic Design by Megan Gordon Ohio Valley Goodwill is abuzz with the many preparations needed to make the 2009 “What Matters Most” Fashion Show, an outstanding success and the must-see social event of the season. Sponsored by the Community Ambassadors Resource Alliance (CARA) group, [of which Goodwill is a long-time member], the Fashion Show is a special event designed to create awareness about the ambition and ability of all individuals with disabilities. Proceeds from the uniquely thrilling show will benefit the “People for MR/DD Services”. Ohio Valley Goodwill has worked in partnership with the Hamilton County Board of MR/DD for more than 25 years and through its long-time relationship serves more than 400 individuals annually. The models for the 2009 “What Matters Most” Fashion Show include participants in Goodwill’s many programs and services as well as staff members in its many different divisions. Fashions for the show will be provided through Goodwill’s network of 14 retail stores and boutiques. modelsWhile Ohio Valley Goodwill is a primary sponsor of the 2009 Fashion Show, the organization is proud to be supporting the debut of Nikki Martin, a fashion design artist affiliated with co-sponsor, Visionaries and Voices. For more information about the “2009 What Matters Most” Fashion Show, please contact Sharon Hannon, Marketing Specialist, at shannon@cincigoodwill.org. To purchase tickets contact Debbie Baker at dbaker@laddinc.org. Tickets are just $25 and include a Lite Bite buffet. Mark your calendars today for Wednesday, October 28th from 5:00-8:00 pm at the Kingsgate Marriot. DO NOT MISS this exciting and very memorable event! the 2009 Fashion Show Models

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