Nine members of the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club will strike a pose on Feb. 28.

Nine members of the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club will strike a pose on Feb. 28.

The nonprofit organization will hold its annual spring style show fundraiser at 7 p.m. Feb. 28, at Embassy Suites Dublin, 5100 Upper Metro Place.

Style show chair Christine Saneholtz said this year's models are nine members of the philanthropic club. They'll hit three Dublin boutiques to share the latest spring fashions at the show.

"Our spring fashions will come from local boutiques le Flair, Morgan House and a new consignment boutique called SOHO Fashion Exchange," she said. "Three models will go to each store and will do fittings and (the stores will) show us what they have for spring fashions."

Any striking items seen on the runway must be purchased at the store, but they could go fast.

"All three boutiques we're featuring are one-of-a-kind boutiques," Saneholtz said. "What you see will be the only one the store has."

The style show will also include a chance for other goodies.

A gift bag raffle will be held, and for $20 those attending can choose a gift bag with an unknown gift certificate inside. Saneholtz said gift certificates include $50 gift cards to Cheesecake Factory, Macy's and jewelry designer Silpada Designs. One gift bag will contain a $525 gift card for services at the new Woodhouse Day Spa in Historic Dublin's BriHi Square.

"Anyone who purchases a bag would win something, you just don't know what it is," Saneholtz said.

While the event has fashion in mind, it is one of two major fundraisers held by the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club each year. The club also holds a holiday home show in December.

"(Proceeds) go into the general philanthropy fund and mainly what comes out of the fund is area scholarships and financial need for families and women and children in need," Saneholtz said.

Tickets to the style show are $22 and include a fresh seafood bar and other appetizers. A cash bar will also be available.

Saneholtz said 100 people are expected.

"It's a good, fun girl's night out and all proceeds go to a philanthropy fund," she said.

For more information or to purchase tickets, go to

Tickets can also be purchased at the Morgan House, 5300 Glick Road, or SOHO FX, 7424 Sawmill Road.