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This Weekend: Fashion Crossroads Honors Casper Teacher, Laramie Fashion Show


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LARAMIE — University Women’s Club Celebrates 100th Anniversary

The University Women’s Club (formerly the Faculty Women’s Club) is celebrating their 100th anniversary with a look at fashion through the ages.  Come celebrate the evolution of women in Laramie from 1912 to present — fashion from every decade along with hors d’oeuvres and libations to purchase. Tickets are $5 at the door, Saturday April 28, 6:30-9 PM (fashion show to begin at 7:15); Hart’s Alley, 404 S. 2nd St. (parking most convenient in the back of the buildling!).  Contact club president Kati Hime at 307-755-6896 for more information on the event or how to join this fun group of ladies — ANY woman in Laramie can join, regardless of affiliation with the University of Wyoming!

CASPER –Fashion Crossroads Honors Casper Teacher

Tribal Sportswear has partnered with Fashion Crossroads (228 E. 2nd St., Casper) for their signature charity event, “Heart for Art”. Kyleen Stevenson-Braxton, Co-Owner of Fashion Crossroads, selected art teacher Nancy Lee of Dean Morgan Junior High from nominations received from the community. Tribal Sportswear gave the store the option to select a recipient, or to receive nominations — Kyleen thought it best to receive nominations.  A local resident wrote, “Nancy is a creative and dedicated art teacher who continually motivates her students to produce and to tap into their creative spirits.” A former student added, “She has a great sense of humor and she is the best art teacher I ever had in my life.”

Kyleen is very excited that fashion Crossroads could participate in this opportunity, offered for the first time by Tribal Sportswear.  Fashion Crossroads, in downtown Casper, provides lifestyle and career wear for a wide variety of ages.  A well established business in the Casper community, they enjoy interacting with the community and supporting their fellow citizens.

On April 28th, Mrs. Lee will be awarded with a plaque and $250 gift card to purchase art supplies. Fashion Crossroads will offer food and refreshments all day for guests, a gift with purchase “Heart for Art” signature t-shirt and raffle of a Tribal outfit to any customer who purchases.

ABOUT HEART FOR ART:  Tribal Sportswear launched “Heart for Art” initiative in 2012 to support art programs in middle schools. “‘Heart for Art’ was created to engage our retail partners and the local communities by supporting and strengthening creativity in the visual and performing art departments,” Tribal Sportswear says.

Visit Fashion Crossroads in Casper — 228 E 2nd St. — April 28th for this special event!  And stay tuned to our blog as we bring a recap as well as an interview with award recipient Nancy Lee.


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