‘These Colors Don’t Run’ fashion show to benefit Keystone Wounded Warriors

These Colors Don't Run fashion showWhen her husband was injured in the line of service, Nikke Shanabrough knew she wanted to give back to the Army.

With a little bit of planning and a few good connections, the Manchester Township resident made it happen: “These Colors Don’t Run,” a fashion show to benefit the Keystone Wounded Warriors, will be held April 6.

Keystone Wounded Warriors helps 1,000 military members right here in Pennsylvania, Shanabrough said. “I know people want to help in their own state, their own community.”

Held at Historic Shady Lane, 475 Shady Lane, East Manchester Township, the event begins with a red carpet at 6 p.m. The Dallastown Area High School color guard will present the colors, and local singer Amanda Ilgenfritz will sing the National Anthem.

The night will continue with  a fashion show featuring celebrity designers, a silent auction, performances by up-and-coming artists, catered hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar by The Altland House, and a vendor area featuring local vendors from the York area.

Tickets are $25 with a donation of household, toiletry or hygiene items that go toward wounded veterans transitioning home from a rehab center, or $30 without donations. Ticket sales end April 1.

Email Shanabrough at nikkayfashions@gmail.com or call 931-217-3649 for tickets or further details.

Sarah Chain

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  1. April 10, 2013

    […] Don’t Run” fashion benefit coordinator Nikke Shanabrough this week with great news: The event held April 6 at Historic Shady Lane raised more than $6,000 for Keystone Wounded […]

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