Thursday, October 27, 2005
models coming to Holly Springs
Mishas Models of Jackson will be coming to Holly Springs on Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. They will provide entertainment at Omicron Alpha Omega Chapters second Fashionetta, which will be held in the Morehouse Auditorium of the Doxey Fine Arts Building on the historic and beautiful campus of Rust College.
Mishas Models was founded and established by the owner, Tamisha Wilson. Miss Wilson is a 2000 graduate of Jackson State University, earning a BS degree in criminal justice-forensic science. She has been in the modeling business for 14 years.
In the January 2005 issue of Jackson Free Press, she was featured as one of the youngest influential persons in the City of Jackson that is helping to build the city in entertainment and cultural activities.
Her goals include bringing a new form of modeling to central Mississippi, making a difference in the lives of young people, and building an agency that will provide opportunities for models throughout Mississippi and the southern United States and across the nation.
Mishas Models holds fashion shows throughout the states. She focuses on helping to keep the minds of young people off drugs and violence. She also offers children, teenagers, and adults an outlet to express individuality, build self-esteem, become fashion conscious and develop a love for the modeling industry.
Mishas Modeling Agency will provide entertain during the Fashionetta.
Two years ago, the sorority sponsored its first Fashionetta, which was well attended by friends of the community and surrounding areas. During this years Fashionetta, crowns will be passed on to winners in the Miss Fashionetta, Junior Miss Fashionetta, and Little Miss Fashionetta categories. Tickets are on sale now. You may purchase a ticket from members of the sorority or pay at the door. The admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students with ID.
This is only one of the many cultural activities that Omicron Alpha Omega has brought to the city. The public is invited. For more information please call 662-252-9392.
(662) 252-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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