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Three of the stars for Ohio Valley Goodwill’s upcoming 100th Anniversary Celebration Holiday Fashion Show are Eddie Morgan, Kristine Agoston and Jordan Goss. All three are models for the special anniversary event and have been busy rehearsing with their fellow models for this year’s big show.The three stars are participating fully as community members with a diverse group of people who are volunteering as models for the special anniversary celebration event.
For Eddie and Kristine, practicing to be part of a big deal Fashion Show event is becoming part of their normal routine- both having been models for the 2009 “What Matters Most” Fashion Show in support of Hamilton County DD Services. Both have also been featured in Goodwill television commercials over the years and are now veterans of the performance aspect of the many special events in support of the organization.
For Jordan however, it’s a brand new experience as part of his involvement with the award-winning Center for Advocacy, Education and Recreation (CARE) program. Launched in 2004, the CARE program is designed to provide social, personal and life enrichment opportunities for the individuals involved in the program. With four to five community outings offered daily for CARE participants, the program is an attractive option for individuals to choose. To find out more about the CARE program, visit www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/services. All three models are looking to this year’s big debut on Thursday, December 15th at the Sharonville Convention Center as part of the 100th Anniversary Holiday Luncheon Celebration. Goodwill is delighted to have WLWT News Anchor, Sheree Paolello, acting as the official MC for this aspect of the Holiday program.
Find out more about the three CARE program models in the November success story coming soon. Our thanks to Eddie, Kristine and Jordan for their support as well as all of our wonderful Fashion Show models!