Ashlee Oliver helps her daughter, Tynlee, model one of the outfits on display at the PPGH Auxiliary fund-raiser.
Brittney Barbee performs a dance routine at the PPGH Auxiliary fashion show and dinner.
The ninth annual Palo Pinto General Hospital Auxiliary dinner and fashion show had a distinct "Hollywood" flair - "Lights Camera Fashion!"
Mineral Wells High School was packed with those wanting to see fashions and styles from area businesses.
"The support was just amazing," said Diane Brown, PPGH volunteer coordinator. "There are so many individuals who donate year after year after year. They've been supporting us for nine years."
Rhonda Patterson, lab director at PPGH, was the master of ceremonies this year. She kept the audience interested with a self-depreciating sense of humor and gentle urging of models, some of whom had never before modeled.
"She was funny, she's clever," Brown added. "I think she had as much fun as everyone else.
Kayla Hons, First Financial Bank, congratulates raffle winner Betty Fisher, who won $1,000. (Mark Engebretson)
The door prize, as in years past, was $1,000 from First Financial Bank, in Mineral Wells.
Kayla Hons, from First Financial Bank, reached into the hopper and withdrew the name of Betty Fisher.
Models were from the very young to the "not so" young, but each performed like a pro. Several were students from Mineral Wells and a couple from Graford.
Businesses participating in this year's fashion show included Cato's, Emerald Lane, Bealls, VF Factory Outlet, Steele's, Hibbett Sports, The Kraze, Auxiliary Gift Shop, Bon Worth, Dancin' Etc. and Mineral Wells Optical.
"It's a wonderful avenue for these businesses to showcase their merchandise," said Brown.