“Mask On” Fashion Show

Raise Money for Literacy Program

"Mask On"
Future Minds Literacy and Adult Education, Inc in partnership with Phi Beta Sigma, Inc will host their 6th annual fundraiser fashion show on Friday, October 30 at Savannah Station, which is located at 601 Cohen Street in Savannah, Georgia. There will be two shows this year: the first show will begin at 5:30 PM and a later show will begin at 8:30 PM. General admission tickets cost $35 each and VIP tickets cost $50 each, and can be purchased here. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
“We are giving you the show of the year while raising funds for our local community and highlighting fabulous local designers. This event is a combination of fun, fashion and the future,” said Zelonia Williams, Executive Director of Future Minds, Inc. “And we are taking great care to produce a quality show while following health and safety guidelines closely.”

The show will feature local designers and a celebrity host. Face masks are required, and costumes are optional. The event organizers will adhere to social distancing guidelines for the safety of those in attendance.

About Future Minds Literacy and Adult Education, Inc: Our program is designed to offer adults 16 and older who do not yet have a diploma or high school equivalency (GED) an educational option other than dropping out of high school. The program offers training for individuals free of charge.

About Phi Beta Sigma, Inc – Tau Beta Sigma Chapter: For more than 80 years, our chapter has made serving the Savannah community our top priority. Some of our local community service projects include My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative to combat male homelessness; Thanksgiving dinner giveaways, Savannah Feed the Hungry Foundation and sponsorship of Haven Elementary School, School of Humanities at Juliette Low Elementary School, and Langston Chapel Middle School as part of the Adopt-a-School program.

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