Fashion show hosted at Brethren Service Center – Carroll County Times

China Cross walked down an aisle at the Brethren Service Center in New Windsor, beaming shyly as those in the audience snapped photos with cellphone cameras.

The 16-year-old rising sophomore at Westminster High School was one of 11 volunteers at the Fair Fall Fashion Show who modeled fashions from Serrv, a nonprofit that aims to eradicate poverty by providing opportunity and support to artisans and farmers around the world by paying them fair wages.

The nonprofit has a store inside the Brethren Service Center, which houses various nonprofit organizations as well as the Zigler Hospitality Center, which offers banquet hall rentals, hotel-style lodging, dining services, and a place for business and family gatherings.

“I thought it would be a nice thing to do to just step out of my comfort zone,” Cross said before showing off her outfit.


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