Greenhouse raises funds through fashion

The first ever Tea & Trends Event was a sold out success at Arber Greenhouses Ltd. on Sunday, September 25.

  • Sep. 30, 2016 6:00 p.m.

Arbor Greenhouses hosted a fashion show Sept. 25.

Submitted by Andrea Cleland

Arber Greenhouses

The first ever Tea & Trends Event was a sold out success at Arber Greenhouses Ltd. on Sunday, September 25.  Arber hosted the tea party and fashion show as a fundraiser benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Wetaskiwin.

97 attendees enjoyed a beautiful sunny afternoon in the greenhouse sipping tea and nibbling on goodies while beautiful new fall fashions were being modeled.

Tea & Trends raised $1,930 for the club through ticket sales, a live and silent auction.

 

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