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Angels of the SCFIC Fashion Show

Angels of the Southern California Food Industries Circle
Fashion Show & Luncheon
 
Inspired by the miracles performed by angels, a group of women from the Southern California Food Industries Circle committed themselves to bringing hope to children and adults battling cancer and other devastating diseases. Now in its 41st year, they bring you the  Fashion Show & Luncheon.
 
PRODUCED BY
Terry Simons Fashion Theater
Enterprises Productions
 
FASHIONS BY
Shahla Dorriz
 
FEATURING
SCFIC Kids
 
SCHEDULE
10:30 a.m. Social Hour, Grand Prize Ticket Sales, Pick-a-Prize Basket Drawing
12 p.m. Welcome Program Fashion Show
1:30 p.m. Grand Prize Winner Announced Conclusion of Program
 
ATTIRE
Business
 

Mistress of Ceremonies
Florence Henderson has prospered as one of the most beloved American entertainers of the last six decades.  Long before she became a television icon as Carol Brady of The Brady Bunch, Florence’s talent, joy in performing and love for people were matched with an ethic of hard work and a curiosity to explore new dimensions--all dating back to the time when she literally sang for her supper at age six in the height of the Depression in Indiana.  Read more >>
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Mistress of Ceremonies

Florence Henderson has prospered as one of the most beloved American entertainers of the last six decades.  Long before she became a television icon as Carol Brady of The Brady Bunch, Florence’s talent, joy in performing and love for people were matched with an ethic of hard work and a curiosity to explore new dimensions--all dating back to the time when she literally sang for her supper at age six in the height of the Depression in Indiana. 
 
Soon after arriving in New York at 17 where she was accepted at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Florence became a protégé of the legendary Rodgers and Hammerstein and was cast for the last national tour of Oklahoma! in the lead role of Laurey. Other roles soon followed  in Fanny, The Sound of Music, The Girl Who Came to Supper (Noel Coward’s last play). South Pacific, and the King and I.

On television, Florence spent one year as an anchor on the Today Show alongside Dave Garroway.  She was also a mainstay on Ed Sullivan, the Bell Television Hour, Dean Martin and Jack Paar and Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show (becoming the first woman to guest host).  But she is perhaps best known for mega-popular The Brady Bunch that has remarkably not left the airwaves in syndication since it ceased production in 1974 aired in over 122 countries.

Since then, Florence Henderson continued to star in major theatrical productions, headline in Las Vegas and perform live at major venues around the country, most recently in her autobiographical one-woman show All the Lives of Me. She hosted Country Kitchen on The Nashville Network for nine years, and her talk show, The Florence Henderson Show, is still broadcast on RLTV on DirecTV. She is also the national spokesperson for Bausch & Lomb’s Crystalens.

Florence was inducted into the Smithsonian Institute’s first permanent Entertainment History Exhibit as one of the greatest pop cultural icons of all time in November 2008 and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003.  Her memoir, Life Is Not a Stage, published by Center Street/Hachette Book Group is available now.
 

Committee Members and Associated Companies

Dina Serrano, Chair
Food 4 Less
 
Elaine Thompson, Chair
The Performance Group
 
Michaelyn Alcala
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Susan Atkinson
Stater Bros. Markets

Christina Avila
Vons

Minnie Blair

Kristal Clark
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Joye Crosby
Super King Markets

Lois DeKeyser
Emeritus
 
Cathy Dorman
Coca-Cola Refreshments

Therese Ferrara
Preferred Sales, LLC

Kathy Flores
Albertsons LLC

Lindsey Holderness
Stater Bros. Markets

Cheryle Hopson
Monterrey Provisions

Sheri Kawasaki-Chung
Food 4 Less

Lisa Kazakos
Social Sampling
 
Linda Kelly
Hidden Villa Ranch

Angie King
Acclaim Marketing & Sales

Heidi Ling
Unified Grocers

Shelly Mattingly
Quad/Graphics

Leslie Mayes
Wendy Muller
Mission Foods

Linda Nilsen
La Habra Bakery

Kathy Ninke
Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream

Yolie Pepin
Bristol Farms

Nancy Plamann

Laureen Purpura
Young’s Market Company

Trina Guoz
Cardenas Markets

Veronica Rendon
Dean Foods

Bernice Rocheleau

Vanessa Rosales
Ralphs/Food 4 Less

Mickie Sharp-Villanueva
The Performance Group

Rene Solem
Gelson’s Markets

Trisha Tavaglione
Southern Wine & Spirits

Connie Thatcher
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Cheryl Thornhill
Frito-Lay, Inc.

Kimberly Tillman
Stater Bros. Markets

Celia Workman
Smart & Final

Lillian Zacky
Zacky Farms
 
 
 
 

Fashion Show

Angels of the SCFIC Fashion Show

Angels of the Southern California Food Industries Circle
Fashion Show & Luncheon
 
Inspired by the miracles performed by angels, a group of women from the Southern California Food Industries Circle committed themselves to bringing hope to children and adults battling cancer and other devastating diseases. Now in its 41st year, they bring you the  Fashion Show & Luncheon.
 
PRODUCED BY
Terry Simons Fashion Theater
Enterprises Productions
 
FASHIONS BY
Shahla Dorriz
 
FEATURING
SCFIC Kids
 
SCHEDULE
10:30 a.m. Social Hour, Grand Prize Ticket Sales, Pick-a-Prize Basket Drawing
12 p.m. Welcome Program Fashion Show
1:30 p.m. Grand Prize Winner Announced Conclusion of Program
 
ATTIRE
Business
 

Mistress of Ceremonies
Florence Henderson has prospered as one of the most beloved American entertainers of the last six decades.  Long before she became a television icon as Carol Brady of The Brady Bunch, Florence’s talent, joy in performing and love for people were matched with an ethic of hard work and a curiosity to explore new dimensions--all dating back to the time when she literally sang for her supper at age six in the height of the Depression in Indiana.  Read more >>
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Mistress of Ceremonies

Mistress of Ceremonies

Florence Henderson has prospered as one of the most beloved American entertainers of the last six decades.  Long before she became a television icon as Carol Brady of The Brady Bunch, Florence’s talent, joy in performing and love for people were matched with an ethic of hard work and a curiosity to explore new dimensions--all dating back to the time when she literally sang for her supper at age six in the height of the Depression in Indiana. 
 
Soon after arriving in New York at 17 where she was accepted at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Florence became a protégé of the legendary Rodgers and Hammerstein and was cast for the last national tour of Oklahoma! in the lead role of Laurey. Other roles soon followed  in Fanny, The Sound of Music, The Girl Who Came to Supper (Noel Coward’s last play). South Pacific, and the King and I.

On television, Florence spent one year as an anchor on the Today Show alongside Dave Garroway.  She was also a mainstay on Ed Sullivan, the Bell Television Hour, Dean Martin and Jack Paar and Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show (becoming the first woman to guest host).  But she is perhaps best known for mega-popular The Brady Bunch that has remarkably not left the airwaves in syndication since it ceased production in 1974 aired in over 122 countries.

Since then, Florence Henderson continued to star in major theatrical productions, headline in Las Vegas and perform live at major venues around the country, most recently in her autobiographical one-woman show All the Lives of Me. She hosted Country Kitchen on The Nashville Network for nine years, and her talk show, The Florence Henderson Show, is still broadcast on RLTV on DirecTV. She is also the national spokesperson for Bausch & Lomb’s Crystalens.

Florence was inducted into the Smithsonian Institute’s first permanent Entertainment History Exhibit as one of the greatest pop cultural icons of all time in November 2008 and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2003.  Her memoir, Life Is Not a Stage, published by Center Street/Hachette Book Group is available now.
 

Committee Members and Associated Companies

Committee Members and Associated Companies

Dina Serrano, Chair
Food 4 Less
 
Elaine Thompson, Chair
The Performance Group
 
Michaelyn Alcala
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Susan Atkinson
Stater Bros. Markets

Christina Avila
Vons

Minnie Blair

Kristal Clark
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Joye Crosby
Super King Markets

Lois DeKeyser
Emeritus
 
Cathy Dorman
Coca-Cola Refreshments

Therese Ferrara
Preferred Sales, LLC

Kathy Flores
Albertsons LLC

Lindsey Holderness
Stater Bros. Markets

Cheryle Hopson
Monterrey Provisions

Sheri Kawasaki-Chung
Food 4 Less

Lisa Kazakos
Social Sampling
 
Linda Kelly
Hidden Villa Ranch

Angie King
Acclaim Marketing & Sales

Heidi Ling
Unified Grocers

Shelly Mattingly
Quad/Graphics

Leslie Mayes
Wendy Muller
Mission Foods

Linda Nilsen
La Habra Bakery

Kathy Ninke
Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream

Yolie Pepin
Bristol Farms

Nancy Plamann

Laureen Purpura
Young’s Market Company

Trina Guoz
Cardenas Markets

Veronica Rendon
Dean Foods

Bernice Rocheleau

Vanessa Rosales
Ralphs/Food 4 Less

Mickie Sharp-Villanueva
The Performance Group

Rene Solem
Gelson’s Markets

Trisha Tavaglione
Southern Wine & Spirits

Connie Thatcher
Advantage Sales & Marketing

Cheryl Thornhill
Frito-Lay, Inc.

Kimberly Tillman
Stater Bros. Markets

Celia Workman
Smart & Final

Lillian Zacky
Zacky Farms
 
 
 
 
Event Details
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Pacific Palms Resort
1 Industry Hills Pkwy
City of Industry, CA 91744
 
 
 
 
 
For more information:
scfic@coh.org / 800-544-3541, ext. 26280