Club sets the trend for fashion and fun

Women will be given to opportunity to take a break from their everyday routine and come together to shop, socialize and treat themselves to a night out.

The Trends Shopping Club hosted by Word of Life Church is a chance for women of all ages to build friendships and give back to the community.

The club is set to begin on Sept. 22 and the chance to become a part of the club is open until Sept. 19.

Shannon McArthur, organizer of Trends Shopping Club, believes that the club is a positive way to meet other people.

“The shopping clubs were a creative idea that Word of Life Church decided to do to allow women an opportunity each month to have a night of fun and make connections with other women in the community,” said McArthur.

Each month, members of the shopping club contributes $25 that will be put into a draw for a chance to win the money to spend on what they wish and then will host the next month’s meeting. The names of the club members who have not won are put back into the draw.

After each club member has won the draw, money will be collected to treat one woman from the community to a makeover.

“We can support and encourage one another and then give back to a deserving individual,” said McArthur.

The Trends Shopping Club hosted the Great Makeover Reveal in July which was a makeover, fashion show and dessert night. The winner of the makeover was also present and a before and after presentation was done as well.

“The event was a great success,” said McArthur. “We look forward to getting more clubs established and having more makeover recipients. We welcome newcomers and look forward to a great year.”

For more information contact McArthur at 403-783-8826.

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