One of the highlights of the Monday of the Fishing Comp week has always been the Fashion Parade at the Good Shepherd Church, and this year was no exception. A warm thank you to the many visitors to town who came along to enjoy the fashions, catch up with old friends and join in with the delicious lunch that followed. As usual the cooks of Rainbow produced a delicious array of tasty treats which were much appreciated by all.
But of course the focus was the fashions. This year the parade was hosted by Jules Green from Coast 2 Country Fashions, until recently located in Tin Can Bay, but soon to open at Carlo Point in the restaurant precinct at the Point. We are all looking forward to enjoying yet another source in town of fashions appropriate for the Rainbow lifestyle. Good luck in your new venture, Jules. (We must also wish Rosie good luck as she goes to Japan to defend her title at the world age championships in Karate later in the year!)
The parade showed a range of fluid and flowing garments from fashion designers Filo and Quelque, with commentary by Helen. Garments appropriate for the youngest fashion followers were worn by Rosie, while Belinda and Lisa showed us gear for the busy younger group of women. The very elegant Sandra was able to demonstrate to the more mature of the audience how appropriate these very relaxed clothes are for this age group also. Many thanks to Margaret Cudahy, Sabine Demiel and the team for once again staging this event.
Chaplaincy News: Congratulations to Chaplain Ronnie on the very successful day enjoyed by all at Tin Can Bay to celebrate the visit of Costa from ABC’s Garden Show.
Quarterly Meeting: A reminder that the three monthly meeting of the Good Shepherd Church Committee will be held at the Church on the 3rd Monday in August at 10am.
Prayers: Your prayers are asked for all members of our community in need. We pray especially for John Brady who is currently undergoing surgery in Sydney.
The fashion parade was ably modelled by Sandra, Belinda, Lisa and Rosie