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Queen Anne Dispatch
Duque Salon Attn
24 Seven Inc.
1525 4th Ave Suite 200Seattle Washington 98101
Little Black Dress Events & Producdtions
Audrey Clark #206.261.1391
This fashion show will benefit Y.E.S, a volunteer branch of Dress for Success, a non profit organization founded in 2005. Y.E.S. provides its members with volunteers, fundraising and networking opportunities to champion the mission of Dress for Success. Dress for Success’s mission is to promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. Founded in New York City in 1997, Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization offering services designed to help clients find jobs and remain employed. Since 1997, Dress for Success has served almost 450,000 women around the world. All Dress for Success organizations are not-for-profit entities, with Dress for Success Worldwide and its U.S. affiliates having 501(c)(3) charitable status and those outside the U.S. operating as registered charities.
The purpose of this event is to raise awareness for a great cause while highlighting and showcasing the many talents of stylist Tannya Bernadette, and supporting local boutique owners.
CHECK OUT TANNYA BERNADETTE'S BLOG
"My Maternal Grandmother, Carmen Chrismer found a lump in her breast when she was in her thirties. She lived in Yuma, Colorado a small town, she had to travel over three hours to Denver to see specialist Dr McCurdy. Grandma was diagnosed with breast Cancer. Her breast was removed. She had to return to Denver once a year for the next ten years for check ups. Everything was fine. Thirteen years after her diagnosis she found another lump in her remaining breast, she had it checked and found everything was fine. She is a survivor, alive still today.
My mothers Aunt Jean on the fraternal side was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 60. She had the breast removed. She is a survivor.
When my mother was 40 she found a lump in her breast. She went in for a mammogram. The results said that she had fatty tissue in her breast. My mother requested that the doctor take it out, because of the history of breast cancer in our family. The lump was removed."