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Children's and adult fashions will be presented in a runway show by Belk.

A spring tradition, StyleWorks — Fashion With Compassion, takes place Tuesday and Wednesday, April 25-26, at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

The 41st annual fundraiser for Siskin Children's Institute is being chaired by Candace Chazen and Jennifer Isaacson. Fashions will be presented by Belk.

The event begins Tuesday night with the StyleWorks Premiere, a preview party complete with marketplace shopping, entertainment, cocktails, tropical-themed decor and more. Door prizes will include a $500 credit toward a cruise experience from Expedia Cruise Center and a $500 Belk gift card.

Wednesday's StyleWorks luncheon and fashion show will feature professional models as well as current children and graduates of the Institute.

Proceeds from the two-day event benefit programs of Siskin Children's Institute that serve more than 2,500 children and families annually.

Founded in 1950, the nonprofit Institute provides: early childhood education where children with and without disabilities learn together; family support and professional development programs; developmental pediatric health care; and home- and community-based early intervention.

"Siskin Children's Institute was there for us when we needed hope and guidance as new parents of a child with special needs," says Isaacson. "The teachers and therapists provided us with encouragement and support during each step of our journey. StyleWorks is an event that showcases the wonderful spirit of the Institute."

For more information about StyleWorks 2017, check its website: siskin.org/styleworks

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