Saturday: Fashion show boosts Woodside High School sports program


Members of the Woodside High School Athletic Boosters are calling their spring fashion show a "Purrfect 10." The show will have two performances on Saturday, April 10, in the high school's performing arts center.

The luncheon show will begin with a noon buffet, catered by The Talk of Broadway, followed by a 1 p.m. fashion show. Cost is $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors. The second show will take place at 5 p.m. Cost is $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.

More than 60 seniors, as well as parents and teachers, will be modeling fashions from a number of Peninsula stores, including Alta and Fleet Feet in Menlo Park, and the Black & White store and Coldwater Creek at Stanford Shopping Center.

Teachers and staff who will model include principal David Reilly; vice principals Maureen Campbell, Diane Mazzei and Alvaro Caleron; librarian Anne Ken (with her daughter), and teachers Gale Hale and Marcia Blondel.

Fourteen members of the athletic department will also model. Diane Carr is choreographer for the show.

Kim Colyer is event chairman. Her committee includes Tina Patrick, store curator; Karen Peterson, parent liaison; Brian Murphy, senior liaison; and Gina Weiss, program designer. The show is the main fundraiser for the Woodside High athletic program.

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