The AMAA Orphan and Child Care Luncheon and Fashion Show is almost here! All final preparations are well underway and it looks like it is going to be another fabulous event. This year’s theme is “It’s A Small World After All…”. An appropriate theme for Children helping Children in this small world of ours.

The show will feature exclusive fashions from Bloomingdale’s, Sherman Oaks! Nearly 60 beautiful and handsome young models are expected to walk the runway. The luncheon co-chairs, Alice Chakrian and Eileen Keusseyan have a wonderful and industrious committee which includes fashion show chairs, Christina Jabarian, Betty Balian and Caroline Tufenkian. There is still time to include your children in the fashion show. If you are interested, please contact the numbers listed below, or simply send an email to [email protected].

This year, similar to last year, a very special and theme appropriate child sponsorship pin will be introduced by Tina Segel “which will allow the sponsor to be recognized as a guardian of these angelic little faces who are in so much need of our help”, says Tina. The Committee is certain that each sponsor will wear the pins with love and pride and encourage others to sponsor as well and claim their own pin.

And once again, we are overjoyed and very excited to announce that Jessica Vartoughian will be donating to each guest an exclusive gift bag, containing wonderful items from her personal cosmetic line. What a treat for our attendees!

Of course, no AMAA luncheon can be complete without an over-the-top silent auction. This year, the co-chairs of the Auction, Nicole Nishanian and Leslie Shahinian are shepherding their extraordinary 24/7 Silent Auction Committee and doing a phenomenal job. The impressive items at the luncheon are simply amazing!! The list is just too much to include in this announcement but Alice and Eileen are delighted with the great support they are receiving from their 34 committee members with their input and their procurements!!

On February 22, 2014, the Beverly Hills Hotel is the place to be – amongst family and friends – to be part of an event that can change the lives of so many children in a land that is far away by distance, but so very close in our hearts…because it’s a small world after all…

For reservations or further information, please contact Alice Chakrian at (818) 388-6734, Eileen Keusseyan at (818) 404-5686 or Elizabeth Agbabian at (310) 476- 5306. Ticket donations are $95.00. But please hurry…. We are limited in capacity and are selling out very quickly…

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