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Fashionable fun benefits Crossroads

Edie Bell, modeling a wool coat and hat with a fur scarf and some clip on bling. Photo by Jennifer Moonsong

Jennifer Moonsong

Division Publisher

Barren & Metcalfe


November is the month of Thanksgiving, and Crossroads Life Center is thankful for their new portable ultrasound machine, made possible by the efforts of local ladies who teamed up for some fashionable fun at The Autumn Fashion Show.

The show, held November 4, was to benefit Crossroads Life Center and to facilitate the purchase of the ultrasound machine.

The event was hosted by Cherie Vaughn at Main Street Bed & Breakfast, Veronika Wells with Vintique on the Square, and brand partners Young Living, Chelene Nightingale, and Chantal Honeycutt.

Crossroads Life Center in Glasgow offers free pregnancy testing, parenting classes, individual and group support for post-abortion, and sexual abuse recovery, and more. Chelene, Chantal Honeycutt, Cherie Vaughn, and Veronika Wells realized the need and came together to help in trying to raise the money to achieve this goal, after new information regarding a portable ultrasound machine came to light, and made the possibility much more affordable.

The event included speaker Teresa Purichia with Crossroads Life Center, vocal performers, Brooke Honeycutt and Natalie Dyer with Bethann Payne playing keyboard, violin performance by Sidnie Dickison, silent auction, fashion show items by Vintique, makeup by Chantal Honeycutt, hor d’oeuvres, and mulled cider wine. The ticket cost was $30 with limited seating.

“The apparel was a wide range from vintage styles to modern, from casual wear to formal, and in all sizes for all age ranges. Modeling the outfits were Brooke Honeycutt, Natalie Dyer, Marissa Borders, Erica Spillman, Heather Berube, Jackie Wells, and Edie Bell,” said Wells, of Vintique.

“It was a very touching event, and I was honored to be a part of it. The performers were amazing and the models had a ton of fun. It was just a wonderful night for a wonderful cause,” added Wells.

The portable machine costs approximately $2,500 and the event was able to raise $1,600 toward this goal. The ladies plan to make it a two-time-a-year event, with Spring and Autumn Fashion shows to benefit the center and heighten awareness.

Donations and contributions were made by Main St Bed & Breakfast, Vintique on the Square, Brand partners for Young Living, Glasgow Mattress Outlet, Off the Square, Sherwin Williams, The Empty Nest, All in Bloom, Fireline Guns & Knives, Calligraphy Creations, Monica Froedge, The Peoples Bank, George J’s, Erica Spillman, Awards, Green St Gifts, Buttercup Lane, Lollipop Kids, Simply Chic, YMCA, All in Bloom Florist, Edie Bell, Sidnie Dickison, Vicki and Tony Wallace, Nash 103.7, WCLU, Christian Family Life Radio.

Crossroads Life Center is always giving, please consider going to and click on “Support Our Outreach” and help in getting Crossroads Life Center that ultrasound machine this Christmas!

Heather Berube and Veronika Wells applying Young Living makeup. Photo by Jennifer Moonsong

The evening of the fashion show. Photo by Jennifer Moonsong


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