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2018 Holliston in Bloom Fashion Show

by Paul Saulnier
May 28, 2018

This year organizer Pat Duffey added mens' fashions and 18th Century clothes.

Joanne Apesos was MC for this year's event while Stu Britton provided the musical background. Fashions were provided by Fine Feathers Boutique, Jos. A. Banks and the Holliston Historical Society.

Pamela Pinter Parsons was the first model to go down the runway,

followed by Deb Moore

and Chrsyo Lawless,

Jill Malcolm,

Sarah Robbins Cole,

Wendy Gove,

Pat Pereira,

Shirley Melle,

Grace Kilkelly,

Irza Almonor,

Joan Shaughnessy,

and Corinne Kelleher.

The men's fashions were handsomely worn by John Moore,

followed by Adrian Robbins Cole,

Jeff Pinter Parsons,

Tom LaMont,

and PJ Kilkelly.

Pat Pereira's ensemble was what the well dressed lady wore when we had our first George as President.

Shirley Melle was in stlye in her 18th Century outfit that she made herslf in three months.

Deb Moore revealed what an 18th Century female golfer wore on the links while John Moore dressed as a prosperous farmer of the day.

The models came out for a currtain call as Pat Duffey (in green at the podium) thanked everyone for coming out to support the Holliston In Bloom effort, the auction item donors and the flower, food and drinks donors.

 

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