Mad Hatter Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show a total success

Photo by Randy Kozlovski 
Shown are the Mad Hatter Spring Luncheon and fashion show attendees.

Pack to an overflowing crowd, the Stafford Center for the Performing Arts main ballroom was the place to be as the Mad Hatter Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show celebrated, “We are America,” sponsored by Fluor Corporation and benefiting Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels.

“We had so many well-known icons on stage that not only made this event successful, they also kept the audience – dressed in hats- entertained; Carolyn Farb an international icon; Jonathan Sandys, great-grandson of Sir Winston Churchill; Fred Arnold with Minute Maid; Bambi Lynn national fashion icon, and Gail Best a local entertainer, and catered by the Italian Maid, all helped make this event wonderful. We cannot begin to thank everyone who participated in this wonderful event,” said Manuela Arroyos, CEO, Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels.

One of the trademarks of the event is every table is decorated by a different organization or group and a winner announced. This year, Lisa Anhaiser owner of Linens by Lisa won for best table decoration.

“Again, we are thrilled the event was so successful and we are already planning next year’s Mad Hatter and we look forward to seeing everyone there. Thank you to all for making this year’s event so success. The elderly in the community are the real beneficiaries since their plates will not go empty,” Arroyos said.

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