CMU hosts a charity fashion show

By: Lindsey Palalres Email
By: Lindsey Palalres Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Colorado Mesa University students take a stroll down the catwalk for a good cause.

KMSA radio and CMU students joined forces once again to put together a spring fashion show benefitting the House Grand Junction.

This is the second time this year, students have partnered with KMSA radio to volunteer their time and efforts to market, design, and run tonight's show for a local charity.

"I'm super excited about the charity that we're working with. The House is an amazing organization and it just helps so many homeless youth around the Grand Valley," says Taylor Dickerson, a volunteer model.

The first fashion show of the year had a little over three hundred guests attend and tonight's event was expected to exceed those numbers.

Half of the proceeds will go directly to benefit the the House Grand Junction for homeless teens.


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