Township Residents To Strut Their Stuff In Immaculata Fashion Show

Fashion Show

Immaculata alumni Sarah Maffei of Franklin Park and Trevor Socarras of Somerset hit the runway at the 2013 Immaculata High School Spartan Club fashion show fundraiser. The gala event has been funding technology upgrades at Immaculata for the last several years.
Photo: Immaculata High School.

Eight township residents will hit the runway in the Immaculata High School Fashion Show and Luncheon set for 11 a.m. April 6 at the Doubletree Hotel on Davidson Avenue.

Run by the school’s Spartan Club as a fundraiser for the school’s technology upgrades, the fashion show will feature formal, casual and active wear selections from local stores, including Stein Mart, KiKi D’s, Dante Zeller Tuxedo, and Universal Lacrosse.

Township residents participating in the show are Angelica Chan, Scott Johnson, Jenny Johnson, Amy Slobodzian, Lisa Slobodzian, Devin Sorge, Austin Sour and Logan Stahl.

Organizers expect more than 700 attendees to what has become the school’s major fundraiser.

A Mothers’ Auction will feature approximately 80 baskets with items and services donated from local businesses and restaurants valued at a minimum of $200, according to a release about the event. Prizes such as Coach and Michael Kors handbags, Disney park passes and gift card “trees”, will be awarded.

For event tickets, contact Sharon Martin at samartin67@gmail.com or download a reservation form at Immaculata’s website under Support, Spartan Club, Special Events.

The Immaculata High School Spartan Club is also currently seeking donations of goods and services or monetary donations for items to be included in the baskets for the Mothers’ Auction. Individuals and businesses supporting the auction will receive a receipt for tax purposes and be acknowledged as a sponsor in the “Rising Stars” program booklet presented to all event attendees, according to the release.

If interested in donating, please contact Marie Kushnir at mariekushnir@msn.com or (908) 884-8678. To advertise in the event program or to sponsor a luncheon table, please contact Sue D’Angiolillo at suedangiol@gmail.com or (732) 672-5562.

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