The event will be held November 5th at 7:00 in the MSU Student Union Building Ballrooms. Tickets are $7 ($5 with an MSU Cat Card) in advance and $8 at the door and are available at Cactus Records on Main Street.
All proceeds from the event go to support an interdisciplinary student led effort to provide innovative community based aid work to primary schools in rural Western Kenya. Since 2004, EWB has sent over 75 MSU students to Khwisero, implemented 7 deep water wells and 6 composting latrines in an effort to decrease the rate of water borne illnesses and help empower young students who spend hours of each day collecting water for their families. As a result, students spend less time walking to get water and more time in the classroom. Halfway around the world here in Bozeman, we walk (on the catwalk) so others don't have to.
At the Engineers Without Borders Recycled Fashion Show, come watch students, community members, and families parade extraordinary outfits constructed out of everything from milk jugs to inflatable pool toys.
Groove to the beats of DJ Wookie, and come dressed to impress in your own homespun creation. Not only is the Recycled Fashion Show a good cause, it's also a heck-of-a good time! How often do we get the chance to duct-tape phone book pages to ourselves and call it hot couture?
For more about Engineers Without Borders, visit: http://www.ewb-msu.org/
Evelyn Boswell, (406) 994-5135 or email@example.com