Ms. Fits and misfit reporters model styles for Relay
by Hawkins Teague
Nov 07, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Ms. Fits Relay for Life team held their annual fashion show last Thursday. The show was enjoyed by the women who attended, but it could probably be argued that the food was enjoyed even more.

Asked by The Cadiz Record what she enjoyed most about the show, Ms. Fits member Lorraine Lundquist said, “The food is outstanding.”

During the show, members of Ms. Fits walked across the floor of the Cadiz Christian Church’s activity building in casual and dress clothes furnished by Princeton’s J.C. Penney. Team members included Lundquist, Susie Bourne, Bettie Irwin, Betty Cardwell and Diana Wales. Ms. Fits member Dannye Wagner also asked a few people from local media to take part in the show. These people included WKDZ’s Cindy Allen-Lax and Cadiz Record reporters Alan Reed and the writer of this story, Hawkins Teague.

Lundquist said that each year, Ms. Fits members dress for the show and also bring three dishes of foods such as quiche, fire cracker wraps and jelly ham biscuits. Wagner said that sometimes the dishes come from the Ms. Fits cook book, which has also been sold in the past to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

During the casual portion of the show, the models walked by the tables while Bill Booth announced what they were wearing. Reed hammed it up a bit, waving his arms in the air (almost as if he just didn’t care – about anything but cancer, that is). After the casual portion, Reed laughed about his behavior with the ladies downstairs.

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