Jefferson Regional Orthopedic Institute to Benefit from Auxiliary Fashion Show and Luncheon

Meteorologist Demetrius Ivory will Emcee Annual Fundraiser

Jefferson Hills, PA - March 17, 2010

WTAE-TV meteorologist Demetrius Ivory (in photo at right) will emcee the annual Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon sponsored by the Auxiliary of Jefferson Regional Medical Center. The event, titled “A Touch of Class,” will be held on Saturday, April 10, at South Hills Country Club, 4305 Brownsville Road, Whitehall. The fundraiser will benefit Jefferson Regional Orthopedic Institute at Jefferson Regional Medical Center.

The fashion show and luncheon will open at 11:30 a.m. with a Chinese auction and jewelry sale. Employees of Jefferson Regional Medical Center’s Orthopedic Unit, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy departments will model spring fashions from Coldwater Creek at the Galleria, Mt. Lebanon.

Ivory, who is from Cleveland, graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in atmospheric sciences and a minor in computer science. Before joining the WTAE news team, he was a meteorologist with WYTV in Youngstown, Ohio, and chief meteorologist at WOHL in Lima, Ohio. He has emceed auxiliary fashion shows at Jefferson Regional for the past three years to rave reviews.

Tickets at $30 per person are available by calling the Auxiliary office at Jefferson Regional Medical Center at 412-469-5790. Tickets must be purchased in advance. No tickets will be sold at the door.

The Auxiliary of Jefferson Regional Medical Center is a dedicated group of volunteers who contribute their time and talents to medical center projects, including the annual Giving Tree children’s holiday gift drive and various fundraisers. New members are welcome. Those interesting in joining should call the Auxiliary office at 412-469-5790.

Media Contact: 
Candy Williams
412-469-7095

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Jefferson Hills, PA 15025
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