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Island Stylin' Fashion Show Benefits The Safety Zone

June 5, 2006 – Island Stylin' Fashion Blitz and Music Mix 2006 will be held on St. John featuring the Steve Simon Jazz Band. St. John boutiques and entertainers will join to support The Safety Zone at 6 p.m., Saturday, June 17, at The Westin St. John's beach café.
Joining the fun will be more as many as 30 models of all ages wearing eye-catching fashions from St. John's favorite boutiques, such as Big Planet, Bougainvillea, Bamboula, St. John Editions and Wild Thyme.
Besides great Island Stylin', the night will feature a great Music Mix with Steve Simon's exciting band and Kimberly Moore with her famous Tina Turner imitation. Also slated to perform are singers Sammy Joe, Sage, Dr. Ronald Nimmo and much more.
Proceeds will benefit The Safety Zone, St. John's Domestic Violence and Victims of Crime Agency. The Safety Zone is dedicated to ending violence and it provides free services to all victims of crime. Its mission is to effect change with a focus on domestic violence, abuse and/or neglect of infants, children and adults.
This event is made possible in part by the generosity of The Westin St. John.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the event. They can be purchases at Chelsea Drug Stores on St. John and St. Thomas, Connections in Cruz Bay and Coral Bay, and Moore's Dental Care in The Lumberyard on St. John and the Professional Building on St. Thomas.
For more information, call Kimberly Moore at 714-2693.

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