Fashion Show A Huge Success

The Fashion Show organised by The Parents’ Association of St Joseph’s Primary School Templemore on Thursday night last in the Templemore Arms Hotel was a huge success. The Fashion Show was planned to help purchase computers and library books for the school.

The Fashion Show organised by The Parents’ Association of St Joseph’s Primary School Templemore on Thursday night last in the Templemore Arms Hotel was a huge success. The Fashion Show was planned to help purchase computers and library books for the school.

Celia Holman Lee and her models did a wonderful professional job along with the local children and male models The Parents Association would like to thank everybody who helped in any way in making the night such a huge success, especially the crowd that turned up all so stylishly dressed to enter into the spirit of the occasion. The hall was packed to capacity.

Thanks is conveyed to all the following; Dan Ward and staff of Templemore Arms; Darren O’Toole of Staging Systems; Walsh’s Toymaster; John Quinlan and Scissor Sisters Salon and Ni A’s Beauty for their assistance with the models and the make-over; photographers Ken Tierney and Seamus Bourke.

We thank all the shops who were so generous with their clothes and time:

Mullally’s Menwear, D’Finest Shoe Boutique,Mai’s Boutique, Fashion Fare all from Templemore. Guna Galore Roscrea, Stakelums Fashions, United Colours of Benetton and Dunnes Stores Thurles.Caroline Mitchell Designs Limerick and Amore Mio Wedding Shop Killaloe. A huge thank you to all the businesses in Templemore who were so generous with sponsorship for the Raffle Prizes.

The Make-over models Annmarie and Gary got a rousing reception on their return to the stage following their ‘transformation’ – we would like to thank them both for their co-operation. Congratulations to Mary Hennessey on being selected ‘Best Dressed Lady’. Celia admitted it was a tough call to make as the style was really remarkable, but Mary just had the edge on the night.

The child models were so good we’ll mention their names:

Oisin O’Brien, Ned Delaney, Mai Marnell, Kate O’Connell, Emma Holly, Caoimhe O’Brien, Katie Marnell, Aoron Fogarty, Fiona Burke, Michael Delaney, Molly Nevin, Chloe Whelan, Lauren Sheedy, Kate-Ann Bergin, Rhys Lyons.