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Lindsey Weygandt Event #3 MU Thompson Center for Autism’s Model Citizen Fashion Show The music blared through the speakers as adults, teens, and children strutted  down the runway late Saturday night, March 8, 2008, at the Model Citizen Fashion  Show. Everyone in the room was dressed to impress in all the latest must-haves and  fashion crazes. Every chair was sophisticatedly decorated with white covers and bows,  and individual goody bags were found at each individual seating arrangement.  Photographers scurried around the premises eagerly trying to capture the perfect angle  as the models worked the catwalk. The crowd whooped and hollered as Jann Carl,  Entertainment Tonight, entertained the crowd during the down time switches between  designers. The Model Citizen Fashion Show was an all night affair. Champagne and  chocolate covered strawberries were served before the fashion show in the ballroom of  the Holiday Inn Select. During this time, the models, sponsors, and designers mingled 
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course JOUR 1000 taught by Professor Brianbrooks during the Fall '07 term at Missouri (Mizzou).

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