Fashion Show fundraiser

It was a day of fun, fashion and good food for supporters of Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital.

The Tyler Holmes Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held a special luncheon last weekend at the historic Tanglewood home in Carrollton – the former home of Dr. Millard Costilow. A portion of the proceeds from the luncheon fundraiser will go to the Dr. Millard Costilow Scholarship Fund, and organizers thought it a “special honor to raise money for the scholarship at Dr. Costilow’s former home.”

Following a lovely meal, guests were treated to a fashion show and took part in a silent auction.

Models showed off the latest styles from Special Treasures, Garden By The Pond, Hammond’s Pharmacy and Jamie Lynn’s.

“Our goal–not only for this fashion show but in the shop–is to help each customer look good, feel comfortable, and enjoy their selections,” said Cheryl Bailey of Special Treasures in Winona. “We are all winners when that happens.”

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#CHRISTMASSHOPPING: Special Treasures

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Shay Marlow and Carla Walls of Special Treasures showing the Kendra Scott Jewelry that has been so popular this season.

#HOTTESTITEMFORCHRISTMAS:

When asked what the biggest selling item has been during Christmas season at Special Treasures in Winona, Alanna Bond and Shay Marlow of Special Treasures said in unison, Kendra Scott Jewelry!

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McKenzie Hardin of Columbus looks very carefully at the Willow Tree Angels at Special Treasures.

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Spellman’s ‘heart is in her art’

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Cheryl Bailey said you can see “her heart in her art.”

“Hollie’s’ work is so good and shows great thought in the details,” Bailey said. “We love telling to our customers about our outstanding local talent and Hollie sure fits that profile.”

Bailey said she contacted Spellman about her artwork because “a customer was bragging about how good it was.”

Local artist Hollie Spellman has always loved to paint and is self-taught, but four years ago, a friend asked if she would paint several pieces for nursery at her church, Carrollton Baptist. It was one of the first times she painted Bible verses on a piece of artwork.

As a result, I received such a blessing from that experience,” Spellman said. “That experience inspired me to do what I do.”

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