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Boston-based designer Sara Campbell to be featured at Mount Auburn Hospital Auxiliary fundraiser

Posted by Jaclyn Reiss  March 27, 2012 12:15 PM

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One of Boston-based designer Sara Campbell's pieces.

Fashions by Boston-based designer Sara Campbell will be featured at the Mount Auburn Hospital Auxiliary’s annual spring benefit fashion show and luncheon event in April, which kicks off the organization’s spring fundraising efforts.

The proceeds of this year's event, an initiative of the Auxiliary’s Watertown Committee, will be used to advance further improvements at Mount Auburn as it becomes an all-private room hospital and expands services in cardiology, obstetrics, geriatrics and cancer care.

Auxiliary members and friends of the Mount Auburn community will take to the runway to model selections from Campbell’s spring collection.

Watertown committee members have sponsored the Benefit Fashion Show and Luncheon for more than half a century, according to the organization.

“The Spring Fashion Show has a rich history within the hospital’s Watertown community," said Donna Smerlas, Auxiliary president.

The event is co-chaired by Watertown Committee Chair Sylvia Whitney, a Watertown resident, and director Ruth Pratt, of Lexington.

The event will be held on Wednesday, April 18, at 11 a.m. at the Oakley Country Club at 410 Belmont St. in Watertown.

Fashion Show and Luncheon tickets cost $60, with $30 tax deductible as a donation to the Mount Auburn Hospital Auxiliary.

For more information and to RSVP, please visit www.mountauburnhospital.org/auxiliary or contact Jan Ankerson at 617-499-5016 and jankerso@mah.harvard.edu.

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