the need of course grows as well. “We always need volunteers
and help from the community, Junise said. “Whether that be
through time or other donations. It is all appreciated.”
“Our hope is that we will continue to grow and be known
in the community so we can give more and be able to donate
more whether that be through scholarships or helping to close
gaps for different organizations that are out there,” she added.
Fashion Scholarship Fundraiser.” It will be held Oct. 17 at the
Florida National Guard Armory in Dade City at 7 p.m. The
ments. Color Me Abstract will provide child care for an ad-
fashion and talent show and refreshments.
“We take 20 women, any women, ordinary women - all
shapes, sizes, shades, and ages and we have volunteers come
out to do their hair, make up, and dress them and give them a
day to just drop all of their hats and go down the runway and
feel beautiful. All of the proceeds that we gather from that
event we will give to our Mom’s Scholarship. It will be awarded
that night to a mom in Pasco or Hernando Counties who
technical school, trade school, or a traditional university, it
doesn’t matter,” Junise said. If anyone who wants to apply
for the scholarship the deadline is Sept. 30”
For more information about Color Me Abstract, to volunteer,
donate, or to apply for the scholarship, visit the website at icolormeabstract.
com or call Junise at (813) 586-4769. Junise Belizaire, Founder of Color Me Abstract with her family.
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