Catwalk will be centre of attention at All Male Fashion Show

Members of the Kootenay Ice, COTR Avalanche and Cranbrook RCMP will display latest in September sartorials.

The popular All Male Fashion Show is coming up quickly.

The fundraiser for Cops For Kids will be held this year on Wednesday, September 12 at the Tamarack Centre at 7 p.m.

This year, RCMP officers, members of the Kootenay Ice and the College of the Rockies Avalanche volleyball team will take to the runway for a ladies-night fashion show.

The much anticipated fashion show coincides with Cops For Kids’ annual 1,000 kilometre bike ride through the southern interior.

The fashion show is set to be a fun-filled evening of entertainment with a silent auction and celebrity guests with a Las Vegas theme.

Advance tickets are $10 and can be reserved by calling 250-426-2231.

Cops For Kids gives money to children in communities around the southern interior, including Cranbrook and Kimberley, when a special need arises.

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