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Simply Chic

All Saints Regional Catholic School 18th Annual Fashion Show

Strike a pose! On Thursday, April 19, eighth-grade students from All Saints Regional Catholic School in Glen Cove showed off the latest spring styles at the school’s annual fashion show fundraiser.  Stepping into the sold-out event, held at Sans Souci in Sea Cliff, had the same glitz and glamour as most weddings, straight down to the men in tuxes. The event attracted 220 guests who were treated to a delicious three-course meal while enjoying views of the Long Island Sound.

This year’s celebrity model was Andrea Correale, owner of Elegant Affairs, the catering and event planning business based in Glen Cove, who told the audience a motivational story about her career path, stating that becoming successful requires a combination of knowing what you want to do, working hard at it and persevering to overcome any obstacles. She noted that she started her own business by renting out wait staff for private parties, and had 35 people working for her and around 500 clients by the time she finished college. For the students’ benefit, she emphasized the importance of finding something to be passionate about and sticking with it.

The fashion show held bittersweet memories for many of those in attendance, as this year’s show was dedicated to the memory of Debbie Orlando, a mother of two students who was always very involved in the show. According to her husband, Al, the annual fashion show was something she looked forward to every year, and was always excited to participate in. Her two daughters, Briana and Jacqueline, were able to model clothing for the first time this year, escorted by their father. The dedication was marked by an abundance of kind written sentiments about Debbie in the journal as well as spoken words at the start of show.

On the runway, more than 30 models strutted their stuff, with parents escorting most of the students. The men were dressed in tuxedos provided by Victor Talbot, and all of the women’s fashions were provided by Annie Sez of Glen Cove and Locust Valley shops Ooh La Shop, Pomponner and Worth Repeating. Norma Iona of Parragon Salon in Greenvale did the make-up for the models, and the bulk of the jewelry was provided by Lia Sophia. Guests danced to the music provided by Party with ESPO and all of the photography services were donated by Gold Coast Productions.

Rosemarie Sherry, the fashion and model coordinator, said, “It was a night that the community came together for, providing their goods and services for the good of our children and school; all rose to the occasion, from the students and parents to local businesses. Along with chairpersons Maria Messineo and Lynda Capobianco, many women gave endless time and effort to wrap the gift baskets and coordinate the details. All in all, the success of the evening was due to the volunteer efforts of so many that truly brought together family and businesses to support a very worthwhile cause.  That is the spirit of a family community, and being part of All Saints Regional Catholic School.”

News

In an unusual change of venue, the Glen Cove City Council held its Sept. 23 meeting at the Webb Institute instead of City Hall. Before the meeting, more than 100 residents and the council members were given a tour of the college. 

 

Mayor Reginald Spinello said,  “Keith Michel [Webb President] suggested we could use the venue for the city and I thought having a city council meeting there would be an ideal way to show off the city’s precious history. I am hoping that the Holocaust Center will also allow us the opportunity next year.” He added, “There are a few other notable places in Glen Cove to have meetings like this to showcase the city.”

It was a country flavor at Sea Cliff Beach on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 14 as the alternative/country group Antigone Rising played in front of hundreds of local residents underneath the fading sunlight. The concert, which was originally slated for Saturday but rescheduled due to inclement weather, went off without 

a hitch as the ladies played a lot of their popular songs from different records. 


Sports

Glen Cove Junior Soccer got off on the right foot with its annual parade through the city ending at City Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 13. The parade had boys and girls from kindergarten to 10th grade march along with coaches and parents in their colorful uniforms. At the parade terminus, Glen Cove elected officials cheered the children on as they sat down on the field lines to hear the opening comments.

Hundreds of supporters turned out on Monday, Sept. 8 to golf, socialize with friends and dine beach-side at the 25th anniversary of SCO Family 

 of Services’ Howard F. Treiber Memorial Golf Open, SCO’s major fall fundraiser benefiting the 60,000 children, teens, adults and families served each year. The event began with brunch and shotgun tee offs at Meadow Brook Club in Jericho and The Creek Club in Locust Valley and concluded with dinner beach-side at The Creek. 


Calendar

Live Music - September 24

Whiskey Tasting - September 25

Play Bingo - September 26


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