Mark R. Isfeld's annual Grad Fashion Show is set to go on Nov. 7.

Isfeld Secondary annual Grad Fashion Show goes Nov. 7

“Lights, Camera, Fashion” is the headline for Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School’s annual Grad Fashion Show being held on Monday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.

A popular community event, with an “Old Hollywood” feel, will come to life with an amazing set.

You’ll be privy to all the latest in casual wear, athletic apparel, and of course graduation dresses and tuxedos.  This fashion show is one of many fundraising events held throughout the year to ensure that everyone can attend the graduation ceremony and accompanying events.

Over 22 local stores have welcomed the opportunity to share their fashion sense with the eager student models.  The clothing and sport stores have once again given their time and merchandise to make this fashion show truly successful.

Tickets for this fun-filled evening are only $5, available at the school office (on Lerwick) or for $7 at the door.

During the evening, you can also support Grad 2017 by purchasing 50/50 tickets, raffle basket tickets, and an assortment of concession items.  So come early to get a good seat. The doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 7.

 

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