Co-chairs Tracey DiBuono, Sharyl Mackey and Jean Antoniou with leading sponsor Tom Kehoe..jpg

Event co-chairs Tracey DiBuono, Sharyl Mackey and Jean Antoniou with a leading sponsor, Tom Kehoe.

The Cause: The Service Club of Chicago hosted its annual “Day on the Terrace” fashion show fundraiser, this year themed “Here Comes the Sun,” at The Geraghty. Co-chaired by Jean Antoniou, Tracey DiBuono and Sharyl Mackey, the event raised nearly $200,000 to support the SC’s Philanthropic Grant Program.

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The Setting: Nearly 300 guests enjoyed a runway show featuring a “first look” at fall fashion from some of Chicago’s top retailers, designers and boutiques Celebrities and member models showcased the designs on the catwalk.

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The Scene: Besides an exciting 45-minute show, the afternoon included lunch (from J&L Catering), a silent auction, raffle prizes and a colorful after-party on premises produced by the SC Auxiliary Board, complete with flip-flops and pool toys. The event was produced by Black Oak Technical Productions, Kehoe Designs and The Geraghty with fashion show production by ZZAZZ. (John Reilly Photography)

Julia Jacobs, SC president Sherrill Bodine and Bethany Florek..jpg
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