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Stories Added - October 2009
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Style show is deemed a success
Houston County Courier - October 2009
CROCKETT - The Pink Dot and Soigné' Boutique along with beautifully dressed and accessorized models brought the latest and hottest fashions for the coming year to Kalin's Center 2nd Annual Style for Smiles fashion show and luncheon held on Saturday, Sept. 26.
There was a tremendous turnout and support from the community for the successful event.
The Ceriana West building donated by Faith Crespi and Dixie Mason was filled with over 150 ladies and gentlemen enjoying a gourmet fare by Tchoupitoulas Steak House served by the students from Crockett ISD National Honor Society.
Attendees were entertained by Dana Ellis singing “Alyssa Lies” and the master of ceremonies for the event was Ansel Bradshaw.
Angela Cross, Kalin's Center board member, welcomed everyone and recognized the distinguished guests and attending board of director members.
Guest speakers during the event were Houston County District Attorney, Donna Kaspar with Houston County Attorney Daphne Session.
The speakers gave an amazing story discussing the history of Kalin's Center and the important services it provides for both Houston and Trinity counties.
They also shared with the guests the Kalin's Center success stories and the plans for the coming year.
The ladies enjoyed several door prizes donated by different individuals and local business in the county distributed by student volunteers Annie Holcomb and Rose Mullen.
This year’s special treat was the attendance of four premier booths catering to the ladies from Bella’s, Jewelry by Ann Walker, Jewelry by Delsie Moore accessories from Pink Dot, and Jewelry by Carol Moore.
The Kalin's Center provides help for abused and neglected children in Houston and Trinity counties.