Wittenberg Guild Hosts 57 Annual Scholarship Style Show
The Wittenberg Guild presented its 57th annual Scholarship Style Show on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Center Dining Room of the Benham Pence Student Center at Wittenberg. Chaired by Wendy Ford, a 1976 graduate of Wittenberg, this year’s show, The Guild Goes Red Carpet, began with a social hour and silent auction at 10 a.m. The auction items were donated by members and friends of the guild as well as local businesses.
Our theme, The Guild Goes Red Carpet, is an opportunity to make every guest a star! Guests were encouraged to wear “red carpet” attire and had a chance to have their picture taken by our photographer while in on the red carpet. The show featured fall fashions for men and women of all ages and sizes as well as children. Mallia Salon and Day Spa treated the models to professional hair and make-up for the show.
Prizes featured in this year’s raffle are:
· A Beautiful hand blown glass piece is an Original artwork by
Springfield professional artist, Doug Frates. It is valued at $250.
View Doug's stunning craftsmanship at http://www.dougfratesglass.com/
· Windy Knoll Golf package features 2 gift certificates at
Springfield's premier golf course, recently enhanced and operating under
new ownership. Each certificate will be good for (4) rounds of golf
with carts any day or time of week, (8) rounds of golf total. Each
certificate is worth $140. Total value $280.
· Pamper yourself at Mallia Salon and Day Spa with this $100 gift
Certificate. Then enjoy a gourmet dinner for two at Mela at the
Springfield Courtyard by Marriott Downtown. Valued at
· Charm your friends with this beautiful silver charm bracelet from
Goldesign Jewelers. It is sterling silver and features a beautiful
citrine charm. This bracelet is valued at $175.
The brunch and style show began at 11:30 a.m. Local volunteer models
donned clothing from Macy’s at Tuttle Crossing. Once again the vivacious
Lynn Jacques of Macy’s narrated the show. Over 240 guests enjoyed a
delicious luncheon while watching the show.
The Wittenberg Guild is a women’s organization focused on promoting
Wittenberg and utilizing its educational resources to enrich the local
community, as well as awarding scholarships to students from Clark
County who plan to attend the university. Through the years, the
organization has raised $1,078,000 for scholarship support, campus
landscaping, sculptures and artwork for the student center, renovation
of the Ann Miller Gallery in Koch Hall and pianos for Krieg Hall.