Ebony: Fashion Fair Chairpersons

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Ebony: Fashion Fair Chairpersons


WHEN the Ebony Fashion Fair resumes its 46th annual production on January 8 in Hopkinsville, Ky., it will continue to showcase the glitz and glamor that have been its trademark.

The world's premier traveling fashion show features exquisite styles from a variety of designers, whose artistry will be displayed in 180 cities by the time the show ends on May 16 in Montreal, Canada. The show also includes items from the collections of the top fashion houses in the United States and Europe.

Mrs. Eunice W. Johnson. wife of EBONY Publisher John H. Johnson, is the show's producer, and she selects the designs that are highlighted in the show.

Noted nonprofit groups sponsor the fashion show in each city, and the following are the chairpersons who help coordinate the shows in their respective cities.

Judith Harrison Faith Unlimited Civic Club Nashville, Tenn. Jan. 10

Regina Robinson Delta Sigma Theta Birmingham, Ala. Jan. 11

Roy Yvette Clements Talladega College And the Friends of Talladega College Talladega, Ala. Jan 13

Evon Webster Delta Sigma Theta Huntsville, Ala. Jan. 14

Felice Green Delta Sigma Theta Florence, Ala. Jan. 15

Jerolene T. Williams Alpha Kappa Alpha Selma, Ala. Jan. 16

Sharon Glanton Kelly Alpha Kappa Alpha Dothan, Ala. Jan. 17

Patriia McClammy Alpha Kappa Alpha Montgomery, Ala. Jan. 18

Vernell McCray Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Fla. Jan. 20

Verna J. Johnson Zeta Phi Beta Gainesville, Fla. Jan. 21

Geri Chapman Culbreath Alpha Kappa Alpha Brunswick, Ga. Jan. 22

Levon Spradley Burnett Alpha Kappa Alpha Jacksonville, Fla. Jan. 23

Mauvline E. Johnson Delta Sigma Theta West Palm Beach, Fla. Jan.24

Chloe V. King Greater Tampa Urban league Guild Tampa, Fla. Jan. 25

Mae Frances Davis Alpha Kappa Alpha Daytona Beach, Fla. Jan. 26

Alice Musgrove Rolle Pilot Club of Nassau Nassau, Bahamas Jan. 28

Alice Franklin Brown The Charmettes Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Jan. 29

Constance Gilbert Alpha Kappa Alpha Miami, Fla. Jan. 30

Kitty Jean Ellison Delta Sigma Theta Orlando, Fla. Jan. 31

Myrtle Williams Alpha Kappa Alpha St. Petersburg, Fla. Feb. 2

Rose Eady-Govan Alpha Kappa Alpha Ft. Myers, Fla. Feb. 3

Jorosylan J. Williams Alpha Kappa Alpha Melbourne, Fla. Feb. 4

Rosetta Robinson Phi Delta Kappa Wycross, Fla. Feb. 5

Donald DuPont Savannah State University Savannah, Ga. Feb. 6

Cynthia Bennett Jack & Jill of America Columbia, S.C. Feb. 7

Spencer Pryor Auxiliary to Cannon Street Y Charleston, S.C. Feb. 8

Wylene Mapson Alpha Kappa Alpha Wilmington, N.C. Feb. 10

Judith Waddell Delta Sigma Theta Fayeteville, N.C. Feb. 11

Sara Stroman Zeta Phi Beta Bennetsville, N.C. Feb. 12

Eliza Husser-Cave Links Aiken, S.C. Feb. 13

Marie Baker Wilson Delta Sigma Theta Atlanta, Ga. Feb. 15

Billy Pitts 100 Black Men & UNCF Macon, Ga. Feb. 16

Krystin E. Hunt Delta Sigma Theta Athens, Ga. Feb. 17

Coretta L. Holmes NAACP Chattanooga, Tenn. Feb. 18

Saundra Ellison Urban League Guild Columbus, Ga. Feb. 19

Carmila Chinn Hampton Jackson Committee For Ebony Jackson, Miss. Feb. 20

Renee M. Hardaway Delta Sigma Theta Mhempis, Tenn. Feb. 21

Ora Walker Baldwin Alpha Kappa Alpha Tupelo, Miss. …

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