They also sold elaborate hats to benefit the Good Samaritan Center and St. Timothy Senior Citizen Center."But then I got relaxed, I think did good," 81-year-old Paula said.
She joined the crowd of fashionistas while rocking her authentic dress from Mexico.The "Senior's Fiesta Fashion Show" gave these ladies...and gentlemen the chance to show they still got it going on.
The elderly crew flaunted their fancy Fiesta duds from head to toe.Maria De Luna Molina, 70, was a crowd-favorite in her sequined stunner.
A hat competition followed the fashion show with the elaborate, creative and humorous headpieces selling for just 20 bucks.All proceeds went to the Good Samaritan Center and St. Timothy Senior Citizen Center.
Local fashion guru Michael Quintanilla kept the crowd going as a DJ cranked out jams for seniors to strut their stuff all in the spirit of fiesta!Dora Galvan who works with District 5 Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales said "we should feel beautiful and fancy til the day we die!"
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