‘Fashion to the Maxx’ for Weirton club

MODELS — Serving as models for the “Fashion to the Maxx” style show fundraiser held Nov. 11 at Undo’s by the GFWC Weirton Woman’s Club were, from left, Kay Mortimer, Susan Baldt, Kalie Moore, Molly Mosser, Kay Kemplar, Jane Watson, Mary Ellen Groves, Caroline Pulice and Lydia Azzarello. -- Janice Kiaski

WEIRTON — Some attending the GFWC Weirton Woman’s Club fundraiser event on Nov. 11 wore more than one outfit.

But that’s because they were busy changing from one thing into another in their roles to model clothing from T.J. Maxx in Steubenville as part of the “Fashion to the Maxx” style show at Undo’s.

Tiana Reznicak, assistant manager, offered information about the outfits worn by the models — Susan Baldt, Mary Ellen Groves, Kay Kemplar, Kay Mortimer, Molly Mosser, Jane Watson, Lydia Azzarello, Caroline Pulice and Kalie Moore.

Jeanne Amidon, event chairman, welcomed those attending the event that included a luncheon, style show, Chinese auction, door prizes and a 50-50 drawing where the winner went home $130 richer. She thanked her committee for their help.

Teresa Conley gave the inspiration and prayer before the meal, acknowledging that it was Veterans Day as well as the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. And on a side note, Conley mentioned that her sister, Jennifer, was going to be a contestant on an episode of “Jeopardy” airing the day after Thanksgiving.

Proceeds from the event will enable the club to contribute to community projects.