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Buy Your Tickets Today for a Fashion Show and Gala to Support Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling

ittakesavillageScarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Services (SFCS) announced some local Scarsdale businesses which will be featured in a special fashion show at its annual fundraising gala, May 11, 2017. In addition to dinner and dancing, a centerpiece of this year's gala will be a fashion show where clothing, shoes and accessories, available at local Scarsdale stores, will be modeled by Scarsdale middle and high school age students and several adults in the community as well. SFCS, a local community service, is focused on supporting families and, by extension, local businesses that serve them.

To date, local businesses including, Athleta, Beginnings, Cheryl's Closet, Dash Dash Dot Dash Dash, Eye Gallery, Flywheel, Great Stuff, Landsberg Jewelers, LF,Mixology, Neil's of Scarsdale, Pamela Robbins, Rothmans, Sackowitz Jewelers, Sam Lehr Jewelers, Three Gems Unlimited, 3 Sisters, and Wilson & Sons Jewelers have loaned merchandise that will be showcased in the fashion show. The fashion show master of ceremonies and a printed journal for gala attendees will provide Information about where in Scarsdale to purchase all items on display. The journal will also include store coupons and other special purchase opportunities for gala attendees.

Margo Boxer, Mia Bezos, Lydia Doherty, Sophie Fried, Julia Goldenberg, Susan Goldenberg, Sophie Gross, Lisa Hasson, Sophia Higdon, Julia Kusknick, Michaela Lenkis-Kristian, Hadley Schwall, Leila Shelon, Rashid Silvera, Matthew Starr, Matthew Steuerman and Rachel Worth are among the Scarsdale teens and other community members who have volunteered to model merchandise in the fashion show.

In addition to the fashion show, several businesses have donated items for a raffle drawing, including Jay Cohen Photography and Value Electronics.

SFCS is still soliciting local businesses that want to donate items for the raffle or offer display merchandise to be featured in the fashion show, and middle school and high school age students who want to volunteer as models. To participate, please go to info@sfcsinc.org or call SFCS at (914) 723-3281.

To attend the fashion show, click here to get tickets to the annual SFCS Spring fundraising gala on Thursday, May 11, 2017, at Scarsdale Golf Club.

"At SFCS, we recognize that 'It Takes a Village' to keep Scarsdale the healthy and vibrant community that it is, both emotionally and economically" said James Genova, LCSW, executive director, SFCS. "That's why this year, we will be showcasing local businesses at our gala and have asked teens to participate, and several adults in the community have volunteered as well."

Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling Service is a voluntary, not-for-profit family counseling Agency. Scarsdale Edgemont Family Counseling has provided service since 1920 to those who live or work in the greater Scarsdale area. The mission of the Agency is to be a center for family growth and learning, a place where families, couples and individuals can find help with the normal problems of daily living, as well as crises; to enhance the functioning of the family and its individual members through family life education; to stimulate social thinking and action to better social conditions; and to cooperate with other organizations for this purpose.

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