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LifePath Hospice to hold fashion show with lunch Saturday

Life’s Treasures volunteers Jean Ippolito, left, Marie Hough and April House preview styles.

LifePath Hospice

Life’s Treasures volunteers Jean Ippolito, left, Marie Hough and April House preview styles.

TAMPA — The third annual LifePath Hospice Fashion Show and Boutique will showcase clothing and accessories from Life's Treasures thrift stores Saturday at Christ the King Catholic Church, 821 S Dale Mabry Highway.

Shopping at the Marketplace Boutique begins at 9:30 a.m., featuring clothing and household items from Life's Treasures thrift stores. Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. The runway show begins at 12:15 p.m. Guests can continue to shop until 2 p.m.

Blues musicians Josh Lamkin and Nalani Rothrock of the Suncoast Blues Society will perform before and after the fashion show. Chef Rick Ceglio and students from the Sickles High School culinary program will cater lunch.

General admission tickets are $35. VIP tickets are $100 and include entry to the Marketplace Boutique 30 minutes before the official opening and a swag bag with $25 in Life's Treasures gift cards. Proceeds benefit LifePath Hospice.

To get information or purchase tickets, contact Anne Ferrell at or (813) 357-5321.

Times staff

LifePath Hospice to hold fashion show with lunch Saturday 02/05/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 3:27pm]
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