Clay County Arts Council Fashion Show is Set

Thursday, September 18, 2014
Piggott State Bank President and CEO Paula O. Blackwell (left) and Clay County Arts Council President Gail Burns with the serving set being given away as a door prize by the bank at the annual Pre-Holiday Fashion Show.

Tickets are now on sale for the Clay County Arts Council's pre-holiday fashion show, to be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30. The event is being held at the Sugar Creek Country Club in Piggott, and both individual tickets and full tables are available.

The annual fashion show is one of the primary fundraisers for the CCAC, with funds raised being used for scholarships, teacher art grants, arts workshops and for securing artists for the community educational programs.

Organizers also note sponsors are being sought for the event, as they seek businesses and organizations to decorate tables, provide models for the show and donations for the annual silent auction. A variety of door prizes will also be given away during the event, such as the ensemble serving set donated by Piggott State Bank. The set is from the new Arthur Court Antler Collection, and features a 14-inch round cake pedestal and both an antler cake knife and an antler cake/pie server. The server is valued at over $200, and will be taken home by one of the lucky attendees thanks to the generosity of PSB.

The evening is slated to get underway with the catered meal, followed by the fashion show. Organizers note they are expecting the show to be a sell-out, and encouraged everyone to get their tickets early.

Businesses or individuals may purchase a table for six, a table of four and there are a limited number of tables of 10 and one table of eight available. Tickets are $20 each for Arts Council members and $25 each for non-members. All tickets are reserved and must be purchased by Oct. 15.

Tickets may be purchased by calling 870 240-3014 and will be available at The Treasure Chest and Sugar Creek Kids in Piggott and Honeysuckle and Home in Rector.

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