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Former Riley patient creates fashion show fundraiser

Former Riley patient creates fashion show fundraiser

Kaycee Marshall, a fashion design senior at Kent State University, says she owes a debt of gratitude to Riley Hospital for Children. She has had nine surgeries at the hospital since being born with a spine that wasn’t fully formed.

Marshall and Savanna Harrison, also a Riley Kid and nursing student at University of Southern Indiana,  are co-hosting the second annual fashion show to benefit Riley Hospital.

Former Riley patient creates fashion show fundraiser

Cirque Des Rêves, or Circus of Dreams, is much larger this year. This year’s circus theme will be represented by various outfits, such as a strong man and a ringleader. Brianna Caprice will sing as the evening’s entertainment.

Cirque Des Rêves Fashion Show to benefit Riley Hospital for Children

When: August 10 at 7 p.m. 
Where: Incrediplex, 6002 Sunnyside Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46236
Cost: $5 and donations. There will also be a silent auction.
Who: Kaycee Marshall, fashion student at Kent State University, Ohio
For: Pediatric Rehab of Riley Hospital for Children

Former Riley patient creates fashion show fundraiser

Chuck Dietzen, M.D. is co-hosting with Marshall and Harrison and gathering items for the silent auction as part of the event.

Several local boutiques represented at this year’s show include Kid’s Closet, Lil Bloomer’s, Sweet M’s, Ella Mae’s, The Watermelon Patch, Forever Young Children’s Boutique, Ballerinas and Bruisers, and Collaborating for Kids. Marshall herself will have a few fashions to display, as well as designers Gabby Phillips and Caroline Smith. 

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