This month's meeting of the Concordia Seminary Guild featured a fashion show as it's program. The Seminary Guild is an organization made up of women from all over the St. Louis area as well as members nationwide. The purpose of the guild is to support students and their families through yearly projects which provide for needs not met through tuition. The guild budgets thousands of dollars each year.
The fashion show featured students, student's wives and children, and one head chef modeling clothing and other items from the campus' re-sell-it shop, a shop which operates through the generosity of people who donate clothes, toys, kitchen items, sporting goods, etc.
The guild members met in Koburg Hall, a room all decorated for Christmas as well as with items from the re-sell-it shop. As always, click the photos to enlarge for a better view.
The Christmas tree on the stage at the end of the room was given to the seminary by Wally Bronner who owns Bronner's Christmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth Michigan.
Adults and babies and one head chef took part.
Kids all dressed up in a variety of clothes the re-sell-shop offers, seminarians in clerical garb also sold in the shop.
More kids and their parents.
Babies, a fur coat and one sporty head chef.
Fun. Thanks everyone.