Fashion show aids Fresh Start Surgical Gifts

Deanne Motsenbocker, Kris Boehmer, Dr. Hillel Mazansky, Julie Kerwitz

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Crush Italian Cuisine & Lounge held a show, “Fashion for a Fresh Start,” on May 16.

The fundraiser, a benefit for Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, featured vendor boutiques and appetizers and cocktails from Crush.

Fresh Start provides reconstructive plastic surgery and reconstructive dental surgery for infants, children and young adults with physical deformities free of charge. Visit www.freshstart.org.  Photos: Jon Clark

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