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PCCT to Hold 'Iconic' Fashion Show to Benefit Meals for the Homeless

CHATHAM, NJ - The theme is "What We Wore," featuring iconic outfits women wore.

On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the Presbyterian Church of Chatham Township (PCCT) is hosting a program entitled "What We Wore" at the Fairmount Country Club.

Money raised from this event will benefit mission causes, including Habitat for Humanity, Bridges (meals for homeless families), Morris County Food Pantry, Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Program, and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.

The event features an auction, luncheon, and, most importantly, a show, "What We Wore," which is a video and live fashion show which examines iconic outfits from throughout women's lives, and tells the stories of these women as remembered through particular clothing items. Some quick facts:

* Featuring 70 outfits which have all been lent to the show by women at PCCT.
* More than 25 teenage girls from PCCT will be modeling the clothing.

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