Clay County Arts Council Planning Annual Show

Thursday, September 24, 2015
Clay County Arts Council board member Cody Knight shows-off the raffle item, and one of the door prizes, from the upcoming fall fashion show. The deer-antler cake server, and accessories, (left) will be given away as a door prize at the fashion show in October. Meanwhile, chances are currently on sale on a raffle for the Arthur Court punch bowl and ladle from CCAC board members. Both items were donated by Piggott State Bank, and are currently on display at the main branch.(TD photo/Tim Blair)

The Clay County Arts Council will host its annual fall fashion show beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29. This year the popular show, which will also include dinner, a silent auction and raffle, will be held at the Sugar Creek Country Club in Piggott.

Currently, advance tickets are on sale for the fashion show at a variety of locations. The cost is $20 for members of the Arts Council, and $25 for non-members.

Tickets are also on sale for a fundraising raffle for a one and one-half gallon Arthur Court grape punch bowl, and ladle, donated by Piggott State Bank. Tickets for the raffle are available for $1 each, or six for $5, and may be purchased from CCAC board members.

Among the many door prizes is a deer-antler cake server, with matching accessories, also donated by PSB. Both items may be seen at the main branch of the bank, in Piggott.

Advance tickets to the show are available at several locations in Piggott, including Madpie's, which may be reached at 870 324-0568; The Inn at Piggott, which may be reached at 870 598-8888; Suzy's, which may be reached at 870 598-2011 and The Treasure Chest, which may be reached at 870 598-2385. The ticket sales location for Rector is Honeysuckle & Home, which may be reached at 8701 595-2135, and the Corning location is Shabby Chic, which may be reached at 870 857-1011.

Proceeds from the annual Clay County Arts Council Fashion Show go toward their many efforts, including scholarships for students and support of the continuation of the arts in the county.

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