Support college scholarships at Port City Rip the Runway

first_img This event highlights local talent, DJs, small and commercial businesses, local models, make-up artists, hair stylists, clothing designers and local community leaders and business owners.The models are ordinary women, men, and children in the community with a desire to rip the runway. WWAY’s own Amanda Fitzpatrick will be walking in the “Boss Chic” category.It’s happening Saturday, January 27 from 6-8 p.m. in Windell Daniels Hall, located inside Union Station on the campus of Cape Fear Community College.Related Article: Operation BBQ Relief to end operations SundayTickets start at $30 and there are VIP options available. You can purchase tickets here or at the door.Port City Rip the Runway is an event highlighting unity in the community. Enjoy a fun night, support each other and help raise money for the Lillie Ann Heggins Scholarship Foundation.To learn more about Port City Rip the Runway, click here for the event website or follow them on Facebook.About Lillie Ann Heggins:Mrs. Lillie Ann Heggins was an educator in North Carolina for over 37 years. Her passion was to educate youth and expose them to endless possibilities in the world. She began her teaching career at Southwest High School in Jacksonville, NC and then finished her teaching at Myrtle Grove Middle School as a Math/Business Education teacher and ROCAME advisor. Her belief in education was to use it as a catapult to place youth in opportunities for success. WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Enjoy a fashion show, music and fun for the whole family while supporting a great cause this weekend at Port City Rip the Runway.Founded by Brandon and Suprena Hickman, the show started in 2012 and benefits the Lillie Ann Heggins Scholarship Foundation which aims to send children to college.- Advertisement – last_img read more