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Runway Elites Fashion Show Scholarship Fundraiser | Nov 17, San Francisco
October 30, 2019

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presented by San Francisco Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Sunday, November 17 • 4:00PM (Doors Open 3P) • San Francisco
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San Francisco Alumnae Chapter is excited to bring a haute couture fashion event back to the Bay Area for its second year. No matter if your style is runway chic or reflective of your cultural heritage this event will be enjoyed by everyone who attends. Looking forward to seeing you there.
Proceeds from donations and ticket sales will benefit our scholarship, youth mentorship, and feeding the homeless enrichment programs.
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