Colleen Brooks and Brittany Johnson from The Nunsense Vegas Revue. SONJA DRINKWATER PHOTO

Trinity Church fundraises with fashion show

A sold out audience enjoyed fashion and entertainment at Alberni Valley church

Sonja Drinkwater

Alberni Valley News

Trinity Anglican & Lutheran Church held a Fashion Show on Friday, Nov. 17 in the church hall.

A sold out audience enjoyed more than just fashions, there was also entertainment by Nusensations: The Nunsense Vegas Revue, giving audience members a sneak peak on the new play that will be at the Capital Theatre, starting in February.

There were many great fashions shown from Port Alberni shops that included: Boutiuqe Belles Amies, Gayle’s Fashions, Funk Trunk, Walk the Coast and Boundless Beauty.

As a special treat pastor Brenda Nestergaard Paul and her daughter Bronwynn performed a tongue in cheek opera to close the evening. The draw for the many donated items added to the total. Money is being raised to make the church more accessible to all.

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Lauralee Edgell showing her excitement with a fashion from Boutique Belles Amies. SONJA DRINKWATER PHOTO

Teagan Graham, 10, in dance wear from Gayles Fashions. SONJA DRINKWATER PHOTO

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