"Style in Action" Inaugural in Sun City

Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties held an inaugural luncheon and style show at the Sun City ballroom December 3 to raise awareness and money for Meals on Wheels of Williamson & Burnet Counties.

More than 300 guests raised more than $10,000 to help ensure homebound seniors in our two counties will have hot, nutritious food during the holidays and throughout the year. After a successful start in Burnet County last Spring, the agency plans to make the fashion show a signature event in both counties, with support (and models) from local boutiques like Pink Poppy, The Caring Place, and Diva Chicks; as well as sponsorships from James Avery and Round Rock Nissan.

The Sun City event also featured lunch service by some "distinguished gentlemen of the county"; Judge Bill Gravell, Jarrell police chief Marc Owen, Liberty Hill Mayor Rick Hall and police chief Maverick Campbell who, together, collected nearly $2000 in "tips", which were donated to the cause.