Fabulous at 50 dreams

Proceeds from fashion show event go to the Project Forgive Foundation

Fabulous at 50, a community for baby boomer women in Victoria, is hosting a special event to get women thinking about how they will step into their dreams in 2015.

Shoe Strapponz, a Victoria-based company that founded a new shoe accessory or women is partnering with Fabulous at 50 for the Fabulous at 50 Martini Party fashion show.

Multiple door prizes are available as well as a grand prize makeover valued at over $1,000.

“Women in their fifties are doing things they have been dreaming about but have been putting off for a long time,” said Annie Pool, director of Fabulous at 50.

Proceeds from the event go to the Project Forgive Foundation, a documentary film and non-partisan educational organization that deals with the meaning of forgiveness.

The event is Jan. 25 at 1 p.m. at the Delta Ocean Pointe Hotel in Victoria.

Tickets are $55 and include a free martini and appetizers. Before Jan. 19, early bird tickets are available for $50.

For more information, go online to fabulousat50.com



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