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The Salvation Army Kroc Center to Host 3rd Annual Garbage Bag Gala Fashion Show

 Presented by U.S. Facilities to Showcase and Support Women’s Ministries

Garbage Gala 2017

(Camden City, NJ, May 1, 2018) (CNBNewsnet)– For the third year, on May 17 at The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, professional and hobbyist designers will take recycled and unconventional materials, even garbage bags, to create beautiful fashions in a “couture with a twist” runway show.  Over 30 designs will be featured in the annual event and models, from the professional to the amateur, will swagger with spring fashions.

The elegant evening starts at 6:30PM with exquisite hors d’ouevres and the jazz delights of Quattro Bassi. At 8PM, the Fashion Show commences emceed by Rowan University/Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors CEO Dana Redd. The evening will finish up with a dessert bar as silent auction winners are announced.  All proceeds from the evening go to Salvation Army Women’s Ministries at the Kroc Center.

Participation in the Garbage Bag Gala Fashion Show supports many important women’s ministries year-round.  The event is presented by U.S. Facilities with additional sponsorship by New Jersey American Water, the Jaskol Group, United Healthcare and Babst Calland.

VIP Dinner/Runway Tickets are $60/person.  Runway tickets are at $15/person.  Both can be purchased at:https://krocsales.usaeast.org/#/cam/search/5/Garbage%20Gala

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About The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

Located on 24 acres, the 120,000 square-foot Salvation Army Kroc Center is the largest community center of its kind in Camden, New Jersey. This unprecedented place of gathering and enrichment houses a fitness center, basketball court, water park, 8-lane swimming pool, as well as an array of education, faith, arts and supportive programs open and accessible to all. The programs, as well as the building itself, have been designed to stimulate the mind, body and spirit, to provide hope, and to transform lives within the community. Development of The Salvation Army Kroc Center was made possible by a $59 million combined capital and endowment grant from a bequest to The Salvation Army by the late Mrs. Joan Kroc, widow of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, as well as the support of hundreds of local donors.  For more information please visitwww.camdenkroccenter.org  

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