On the catwalk for charity
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Fashionista: Sophomore Megan Miller models designer Julia Miller's dress during the Scotts Valley High School fashion show last Friday, Feb. 10. The event, held at the school's student union, raised $1,100 for the Invisible Children Foundation, which attempts to save African children from becoming soldiers. Courtesy of Jesse Gabriel Flippen
Fashionista: Sophomore Megan Miller models designer Julia Miller's dress during the Scotts Valley High School fashion show last Friday, Feb. 10. The event, held at the school's student union, raised $1,100 for the Invisible Children Foundation, which attempts to save African children from becoming soldiers. Courtesy of Jesse Gabriel Flippen
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Senior Nicole Rodriguez models designer Tessa Cados' white dress with print top during the fashion show. Baked goods and a silent auction helped raise $1,100 for the Invisible Children movement. Courtesy of Jesse Gabriel Flippen
Senior Nicole Rodriguez models designer Tessa Cados' white dress with print top during the fashion show. Baked goods and a silent auction helped raise $1,100 for the Invisible Children movement. Courtesy of Jesse Gabriel Flippen
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Junior Jessie Dubridge models an outfit by designer Melissa Magee as part of the show. Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
Junior Jessie Dubridge models an outfit by designer Melissa Magee as part of the show. Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
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Senior Lizzie Zweng makes her way up the runway in an outfit designed by senior Annie Shaw.
Senior Lizzie Zweng makes her way up the runway in an outfit designed by senior Annie Shaw.
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Scotts Valley's Jeff Barca-Hall buys a cookie at the bake sale table during the fashion show. The show raised $1,100 for the Invisible Children movement. Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
Scotts Valley's Jeff Barca-Hall buys a cookie at the bake sale table during the fashion show. The show raised $1,100 for the Invisible Children movement. Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner
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