Fun, food and fashion

Models Margie Turmaine, Annette Bourke, Christine Laughton, Claire Moloney and Sue Ramsay took turns down the catwalk

Models Margie Turmaine, Annette Bourke, Christine Laughton, Claire Moloney and Sue Ramsay took turns down the catwalk

by Karen Van der Heijde

Over 100 ladies joined together for a fun morning tea and fashion parade at the Cooloola Coast Bowls Club recently. The event displayed a lovely spring/autumn range of casual ladies and beachwear fashion and accessories from local businesses, Cooloola Craft and Fashions and Jilly’s Handmade and Gifts in Tin Can Bay.

Christine Laughton from the bowls club said, “Although this was not a specific fundraiser, the funds raised will be used by the bowls club to service the community and go towards future activities and charities when needed.”

Christine also said, “It’s great PR for the club and the local businesses, and a good fun day out for the ladies.”

This is the first fashion parade run by the Cooloola Coast Bowls Club, using local businesses and it certainly won’t be the last, with possibly another one to be held later this year.