Fourteen-year-olds Julie Cantrell and Jody Bohnenblust have been busy.
The two have crafted clothing and accessories for an upcoming fashion show that will benefit Mt. Hope Sanctuary.
The show will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at First Baptist Church in McPherson.
Prior to the start of the fashion show, Miss Kansas, Lauren Werhan, will speak. Werhan, a Wichita native, believes in volunteering and encourages individuals to find ways to give back to their communities. As Miss Kansas, Werhan has partnered with Do The Deed and Volunteer Kansas to promote her platform of “Do the Deed: Deeds of Service.”
All clothing items worn in the show were hand made. Handmade accessories will be sold following the show. Six girls and two boys, all home-school students, will be the models for the show.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend the event. Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for children and ages 5 and under are free of charge.
All money raised from the show will benefit Mt. Hope.