Foundation Hosts Ladies' Luncheon and Spring Fashion Show
Published on March 8, 2022
Ozarka College at Mountain View was a full house Saturday, March 5, as area women attended the ninth annual Ladies' Luncheon and Spring Fashion Show hosted by the Ozarka College Foundation.
Event hosts included Ozarka College Foundation Board member Michelle Atchison and Mountain View Campus Director, Kim Lovelace.
Kim Lovelace, Ozarka College at Mountain View campus director, assisted by her staff and the College's Advancement Department, transformed the student center atrium into a field of daisies, with brightly colored place settings, and table gifts provided by Sarah Butler, of Fringe Salon.
This year's presenting sponsor was Stone County Medical Center, and Ozark Folk Center's The Skillet served a savory spring quiche, which was complemented by a beautiful, tossed salad and homemade yeast roll. Attendees also competed for more than 50 silent auction items donated by area merchants. A live auction featured six cheesecakes prepared by the Ozarka College Culinary Arts students.
Rianna Kendrick served as emcee for the fashion show, which included spring looks and accessories from Artsy Roots, Blame it on My Roots, Melons, Wallace Woodwork, Wild Arrow, and Zen + Zeus. Several women from the community modeled in the show.
"Kim Lovelace and the foundation board members from Mountain View did an excellent job with the event," said Suellen Davidson, director of advancement at Ozarka College. "We are overjoyed by the community support for this annual fundraiser at our Mountain View campus."
Proceeds from the event benefit Ozarka College students and the Ozarka College - Mountain View campus. For more information about the Ozarka College Foundation contact us at email@example.com or at 870-368-2060.
Ozarka College is a comprehensive technical college, with locations in Fulton, Izard, Sharp and Stone counties. The College offers associate degrees, technical certificates and certificates of proficiency, as well as workforce training, continuing education and adult basic education.