Glitz fundraiser

HAIR styled, make up applied, runway lit.

Teachers and parents of Karangi Public School are getting together to strut their stuff on the catwalk, all in the name of fund- raising.

Club Coffs will be transformed into the very height of fashion at the Spring Spectacular, showcasing an array of new season designs for men and women, available from fashion stores on the Coffs Coast.

"We wanted to offer a great night out with a touch of glamour and plenty of laughs, and businesses across the Coffs Coast have answered our calls for dona- tions with an amazing array of products and services to give away and auction," parent organiser Michelle Teale said.

Apart from the clothes on show, there'll also be prizes on offer, including beauty treatments, dinners at local restaurants, personal training sessions, surfing lessons, family passes to local attractions and even a weekend away at Surfers Paradise.

"We are a small school of only 79 children with an enthusiastic parent body," teacher and organiser Amber Rogan said.

"Money raised will allow us to buy much-needed items such as laptops and an interactive white- board which is an essential com- ponent of any current school learning environment. Not to mention updating some basic appliances to keep the canteen running." The Fashion Show is on Saturday, August 18, at 6pm.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from Karangi Public School, Witchery in the City Centre Mall and Ab Fab at Park Beach Plaza. 

For your chance to win a double pass, simply email GLAMOUR in the subject line to before 5pm, Friday August 17.

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