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Fashion show raised money for Toledo Symphony

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    Suzanne Fredericks wears a black zippered dress.

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    From left, Beth Bowman, Katie Maskey, Deborah Born, event chairman, and Jane Wurth at the Fashion on a High Note event for the Toledo Symphony

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From left, Beth Bowman, Katie Maskey, Deborah Born, event chairman, and Jane Wurth at the Fashion on a High Note event for the Toledo Symphony

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Several fashion shows provided a preview of what to wear this summer and a sneak peek at fall fashions.

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Suzanne Fredericks wears a black zippered dress.

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“Fashion on a High Note” at Carranor Hunt and Polo Club in April presented fashions provided by On Stage, CaBi by Pam Pilz, VCouture, Ragazza, and Elegant Rags.

An auction had style, too: A Giorgio Armani tie donated by VCouture and an autographed hat and a script from Criminal Minds television show, courtesy of actor Jeanne Tripplehorn and husband Leland Orser, nephew of Jonathan Orser of Perrysburg.

Event chairman Deborah Born reports that $5,000 was raised for the Toledo Symphony.

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