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Fashion Show Provides Glimpse at Today’s Business Attire


Lawrence W. Emery, counselor, models business attire.The Job Location & Development Program through Counseling, Career and Disability Services hosted a Fashion Show on Thursday evening in celebration of National Career Awareness Week.

The event, sponsored by B.Moss and held in Penn’s Inn on the second floor of the Bush Campus Center, provided the audience with the “hottest” new styles in today’s business world.

Event organizersoffer a special “thank you” to Counseling & Career Services staff, who so graciously “volunteered” to participate in the event; B. Moss and models for their sponsorship; School of Natural Resources Management staff and students for providing the beautiful floral arrangements that adorned the stage; Student Activities for donating the refreshments and the use of the Fitness Center locker rooms, General Services staff, and all the other Penn College employees who contributed to make this event successful.

“These volunteers definitely made a difference inlast evening’s event,” noted Dana L.Suter, JLD coordinator, “and for that, ‘Thank you!’ “

Congratulations to Ange Rymer, winner ofa $25 B. Moss gift card.

Photos by Juli M. Reppert, student writer/photographer

B. Moss model shows how to 'Dress for Success.'Counselor Michael S. DiPalma also takes to the runway.Another B. Moss model shows the hottest styles.

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