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FUAA ANNUAL Tea/fashion show

by Melissa Ford
April 26, 2017

The FUAA has given out $1.6 million dollars since 1998 in local metro west grants. Examples of grants awarded are Holliston Police Department-AED's and emergency medical kits/tourniquets for each cruiser .

This Saturday the 29th, the Framingham Union Aid Association will hold its annual tea/fashion show. This is one of our two major fundraisers held each year.
The FUAA has given out $1.6 million dollars since 1998 in local metro west grants. Examples of grants awarded are Holliston Police Department-AED's and emergency medical kits/tourniquets for each cruiser .
Cancer survivor programs at the YMCA,healthy snack programs Framingham; running preparation programs for Holliston middle school students, to name some.

There will be a full tea with sandwiches, scones, desserts, tea and coffee both available.
A fashion show featuring the latest apparel from Fine Feathers in Medway as well as New Balance athletic wear will take place during the tea. Each table will be set with a different color story in fine china, linen napkin and tablecloths.

The cost is $35 pp, noon-4:00
Tickets either in advance or at the door. Call Melissa Ford at
508-733-2449.

 

 

 

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