Teens use fashion to bring hope to poverty-stricken reservation
GLEN ELLYN – When Shay Kiker of Glen Ellyn attended summer camp with her middle school church youth group almost two years ago, she heard something that stuck with her. Camp leaders challenged attendees to unite their passions and burdens to do something positive.
With that in mind, Kiker and her friend Hannah Jackman used their interest in fashion to plan a fashion show and gently used clothing sale to support the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota in February 2012. The second annual Project Pine Ridge Fashion Show and clothing sale will be Friday at Glen Ellyn Bible Church, where the Glenbard West High School freshmen serve as members of the church’s youth group.
“It’s been really exciting to use something we love to help other people,” Jackman said.
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