The Lifesteps committee for A Vintage Affair, scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. June 9 at Benjamin’s, is inviting you to be a part of this year’s event.
The fifth annual A Vintage Affair, with a theme of “A Day at the Beach,” will feature swimsuits from decades past. Lifesteps and the event committee is inviting anyone with a vintage swimsuit to enter it in a contest to be judged by those in attendance. Swimsuits will be on display on June 9 for guests to vote on.
The winner will be announced at the close of the event and will be awarded a special prize. Anyone interested in entering should contact Nikki VanDyke at (724) 349-1122, ext. 101, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Vintage Affair is an afternoon tea for women of all ages including light refreshments, entertainment and activities, basket and vintage chest auctions and child-friendly menu activities. Proceeds from the event benefit the Lifesteps Family Caring Fund. For more information, contact VanDyke.
Lifesteps, a local nonprofit agency, offers family-focused services in a caring, nurturing environment to western Pennsylvania communities. Services include free child developmental/autism screenings for children, development preschool and integrated child care for children of all abilities, a medically monitored day program for older adults, and programs and services for adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities including adult training facilities, residential living and life sharing. Lifesteps is a member agency with the United Way of Armstrong, Beaver, Butler and Indiana counties. For more information, call Lifesteps at (800) 225-1010 or log on to www.lifesteps.net.
A Vintage Affair “A Day at the Beach” swimsuit contest will be held June 9 at Benjamin’s. Pictured, from left, are Nikki VanDyke, Lifesteps Community Relations representative; Donna Wolfe and Debbie McCombs, representing the Vintage Affair committee; and Jackie Overdorff, Vintage Affair committee chairwoman.