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Ireland Alyssa

Grade 8 students Ireland (left) and Alyssa take to the stage modelling dresses from Brenda's Bridal Boutique in Tara.

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With the help of local businesses, students at St Joseph's School in Port Elgin took to the catwalk in style for their Dress to Impress Fashion Show March 28, a fundrasier for their Grade 8 graduation ceremony.

Modelling clothes donated for the evening by Bicyclette Rouge Children's Boutique and Casual Corners of Port Elgin as well as Brenda's Bridal Boutique of Tara, students showcased casual and formal wear to family and friends in attendance.

Gift baskets donated from Saugeen Shores’ The Cabana and Sonas Hair Salon were also raffled off.

Approximately $800 was raised from the evening fundraiser and St Joseph's teacher Mary Jane Hewitt said that the money would go to cover costs pertaining to the student’s awards ceremony. “Awards, decorations and any food the kids want,” she said.

Maisie Madi Megan

Grade 8 students Maisie, Madi, and Megan were ready to show off their outfits from Port Elgin's Casual Corners.

Carter Charlotte

Looking very stylish, 5 year old Carter (left) and 4 year old Charlotte were a big hit with the audience as they showed off fashion from downtown Port Elgin's Bicyclette Rouge Children's Boutique.

Abby Skylar Madison

With fashion from Casual Corners to match their moves were, from left, Abby, Skylar, and Madi.

Audry Bea

Wearing outfits from Bicyclette Rouge Children's Boutique, 5 year old Bea gave a wave to the audience as she and 3 year old Audry took to the stage at St Joseph's School Dress to Impress Fashion Show fundraiser March 28.

Camden Halina

With a smile on her face and wearing formal attire from Tara’s Brenda's Bridal Boutique, Halina is escorted up the runway by fellow Grade 8 student Camden.

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Friends and family applauded as they watched students at St Joseph's School in Port Elgin model clothing from local businesses March 28.

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