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The Seton Hill University Westmoreland Alumni Club will host the third annual spring luncheon and fashion show on Sunday, April 25, at noon in Cecilian Hall, which is located in the Administration Building on Seton Hill University’s hilltop campus in Greensburg, Pa. The doors open at 11:30 a.m. The luncheon will begin at noon and the fashion show will start at 12:45 p.m. Eleven models will participate in the show. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for children 10 and under. Purchase tickets by calling 724-547-2203 or visit

The Seton Hill University Westmoreland Alumni Club will partner with Never Enough! Boutique, a family-owned business operated by Rosine Dull and her daughter Christie Dull-Rhoades, located at 200 South Pennsylvania Avenue in Greensburg, Pa.

The Seton Hill University Westmoreland Alumni Club’s fashion show is unique. The models will wear their own clothing, and Dull will accessorize the clothing with her merchandise including shoes, purses, belts, and jewelry. Brands that will be modeled include Vera Bradley, Brighton, Chamilia, Kelly Colleen, Crislu, Majorica, John Medeiros, Onesole, Spartina, and Yellow Box.

“I, personally, along with my trained staff, work with each model individually to choose the perfect accessories that will complement her outfit whether it be casual, contemporary, romantic, classic, or a combination,” said Dull.

“The fashion show was a huge success in 2008 and 2009,” said Lisa Barker, president of the Seton Hill University Westmoreland Alumni Club. “We are looking forward to yet another lovely afternoon this year. We chose to work with Never Enough! Boutique because of the popularity of its merchandise, its proximity to Seton Hill University, and the generosity of its owner, Rosine Dull.”

The Seton Hill University Westmoreland Alumni Club exists to further the interests of the University and to promote fellowship among local alumni. The club hosts an event during the spring, a picnic in August, and Alumni Christmas on the Hill Dinner in December. The money raised through the events is distributed in grants to University departments and a portion is donated to Seton Hill University’s Annual Fund.

“Since 1996, our small club has donated over $10,000 to various departments at the University,” said Barker.