Valley Assistance Services to host fashion show

Roses in the desert?Peggy McGee
“A Style for Every Story” will be the theme of Valley Assistance Services’ (VAS) first ever fashion show. Outfits by Nancy Pantz in Green Valley’s Continental Shopping Center will feature a variety of dressy and more casual clothing as well as lounge wear. Models will include Quail Creek residents as well as VAS volunteers.
The event will be held on Tuesday, August 20, in the Madera Clubhouse Crystal Ballroom. Doors will open at 11:00 a.m. for browsing the many raffle baskets and silent auction items. Lunch will be served at noon. The luncheon will feature a very berry salad and grilled chicken on salad greens with seasonal berries. Tickets are $30. Attendees will also receive a 20% discount on purchases from Nancy Pantz. Select accessories will also be available for purchase in the clubhouse hallway prior to and after the fashion show.
Tickets can be purchased at Nancy Pantz, Valley Assistance Services, 3950 S. Camino del Heroe in the Springs Development or by contacting Quail Creek resident Peggy McGee at 520-207-6188, [email protected] Tickets will also be on sale in front of the Grill on Sunday, June 30, from 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
The event will support the many programs and services that VAS provides for its clients, seniors and low-income families in the greater Green Valley area. These include A Touch That Cares®, RN advocacy for medical, health and wellness issues; Caring Neighbors Helping Neighbors program, volunteer transportation and friendly visits in Green Valley and Sahuarita; Tubac Neighbors Helping Neighbors program, volunteer transportation and home visits in Amado, Tubac, Tumacacori and Carmen; SHiM® Fall Prevention; Going Home with Care, post hospital discharge program with RN support; MAP-A–Plan, rent and utility assistance, workforce training; Benefit programs and assistance with SNAP (food stamps); Neighbors AIM – awareness in memory loss and dementia caregiver support and illness/disease education and Community Centered Approach to Care, RN advocacy.
For more information about these services or to volunteer your time to support them, please visit the VAS website at valleyassistanceservices.org or call 520-625-5966. v