Milwaukee, Wis., April, 2006 – Combine the latest in men’s and women’s spring fashions with raising money for women’s health and you’ve got Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation’s Paint the Town Pink Fashion Show and Luncheon.
Columbia St. Mary’s will host the 7th annual event at the Italian Conference Center in Milwaukee on Tuesday, April 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Funds raised from the event will go to support the health system’s three breast health clinics.
The show is a tremendous opportunity to support the foundation’s goal of providing the best women’s health care – from breast cancer education and comprehensive treatment to hand-held support and rehabilitation.
And the event, becoming one of the premier fashions shows in Milwaukee, has big names on the runway this year, too. Bruce Paul Goodman, The Fashionable Clothier and Harley’s-The Store for Men will provide the afternoon’s chic couture with Lakritz and Picus presenting exquisite and luxurious fur fashions.
Fashion models – including firefighters from the Milwaukee Fire Department – will strut the latest in designs and fashions on a runway, while speakers talk not only about what to wear, but what Columbia St. Mary’s is doing to advance women’s health, all in an exciting atmosphere of food and music. For an invitation to this event, please call Tina Lukowitz at (414) 326-2060. Tickets are $45. Sponsorship tables are also available.
WHAT: Columbia St. Mary’s Foundation’s Paint the Town Pink 7th Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon to raise money for women’s health.
WHERE: Italian Conference Center, 631 East Chicago St., Milwaukee
WHEN: Tuesday, April 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
INFO: For an invitation to this event, please call Tina Lukowitz at (414) 326-2060. Tickets are $45. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
About Columbia St. Mary’s
Columbia St. Mary's is comprised of four hospitals: Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Milwaukee, Columbia St. Mary's Columbia Campus, Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Ozaukee, and Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Institute, as well as 28 primary care clinics, the Columbia College of Nursing, a partnership with the Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin, the new River Woods Outpatient Center in Glendale, and new Urgent Care Center in downtown Milwaukee. The system serves individuals and families in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, and Washington counties, with more than 158 years of service. In 2006 Columbia St. Mary’s was named a Solucient Top 100 Hospital. Columbia St. Mary's and its sponsor organizations, Ascension Health and Columbia Health System, share a mission to make a positive difference in the health status and lives of individuals in the community with a special concern for those who are vulnerable.