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'PLAYING' IS THEME OF SAFETY ZONE FASHION SHOW

The Safety Zone will hold its fourth annual fashion show at 6 p.m. Friday, June 2 at the Equator room at Caneel Bay Resort.
"This is one of the major social events of the year on St. John. It brings together every segment of the community with donations from virtually every shop on the island," said Iris Kern.
Kern is the director of the Safety Zone, an advocacy organization providing social services to residents of St. John.
"The theme of the fashion show is 'Play'," she said. "In this land of sun and fun, we think play is number one."
Jan Trainor, whose talents as a fashion coordinator are highly praised by Kern, has selected the clothes. "She has such good visualization, selecting just the right outfit for each male and female model."
Sam Topp will be the master of ceremonies. Carlie Powell and the Paradise People will provide live music. Barbie Berry will serve as the DJ for a portion of the evening.
There will be 64 models ranging from 8 months old to seniors, from infants to size 24. They will include Carlos deBiasi, Linda Smith Palmer, Carmen Wesselhoft, Ina Lee, Peter Alter, Sherece Smith and Julien Harley. The grand event of the evening will be a wedding with Robert Luke as the groom (chill, ladies, it is not official).
The evening begins with hors d'oeuvres prepared by Tropical Foods, Marina Market, Caneel Bay and Katy Lady Catering. Two drinks are part of the ticket price and a cash bar will operate throughout the evening.
Raffle tickets at $5. each or five for $20. will be sold. The prizes are gift certificates from Columbian Emeralds ($500.) and Kariba ($300.), dinner for two at the Westin ($250.), a full body massage, and a pedicure/manicure.
A silent auction will also be held with items from each of the shops who will have merchandise in the fashion show, a golf package, and a weekend at Caneel among the items to be auctioned.
Donation is $35. per person. Tickets can be purchased at St. John Drug Center or Connections on St. John and Red Hook Mail Services on St. Thomas. For more information, call Dr. Iris Kern at 690-SAFE or 693-SAFE.

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The Safety Zone will hold its fourth annual fashion show at 6 p.m. Friday, June 2 at the Equator room at Caneel Bay Resort.
"This is one of the major social events of the year on St. John. It brings together every segment of the community with donations from virtually every shop on the island," said Iris Kern.
Kern is the director of the Safety Zone, an advocacy organization providing social services to residents of St. John.
"The theme of the fashion show is 'Play'," she said. "In this land of sun and fun, we think play is number one."
Jan Trainor, whose talents as a fashion coordinator are highly praised by Kern, has selected the clothes. "She has such good visualization, selecting just the right outfit for each male and female model."
Sam Topp will be the master of ceremonies. Carlie Powell and the Paradise People will provide live music. Barbie Berry will serve as the DJ for a portion of the evening.
There will be 64 models ranging from 8 months old to seniors, from infants to size 24. They will include Carlos deBiasi, Linda Smith Palmer, Carmen Wesselhoft, Ina Lee, Peter Alter, Sherece Smith and Julien Harley. The grand event of the evening will be a wedding with Robert Luke as the groom (chill, ladies, it is not official).
The evening begins with hors d'oeuvres prepared by Tropical Foods, Marina Market, Caneel Bay and Katy Lady Catering. Two drinks are part of the ticket price and a cash bar will operate throughout the evening.
Raffle tickets at $5. each or five for $20. will be sold. The prizes are gift certificates from Columbian Emeralds ($500.) and Kariba ($300.), dinner for two at the Westin ($250.), a full body massage, and a pedicure/manicure.
A silent auction will also be held with items from each of the shops who will have merchandise in the fashion show, a golf package, and a weekend at Caneel among the items to be auctioned.
Donation is $35. per person. Tickets can be purchased at St. John Drug Center or Connections on St. John and Red Hook Mail Services on St. Thomas. For more information, call Dr. Iris Kern at 690-SAFE or 693-SAFE.