Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised”


Tony Berner, of Anna, owner of The Village Salon in Anna, solicits donations during Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised” 2nd annual fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 14. Berner was competing in the evening gown portion of the event. The men competing for a crown at the end of the show were Garry Ireton, Thomas Goffena, Chris North, Dave Frick, Dave Wood, Steve Mowery, Ousmane Wade and Dr. David Menning. The fundraiser included a talent show and creative outfit portion. Compassionate Care is a faith-based healthcare center, respectfully providing quality care and hope to the uninsured and underserved of Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Tony Berner, of Anna, owner of The Village Salon in Anna, solicits donations during Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised” 2nd annual fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 14. Berner was competing in the evening gown portion of the event. The men competing for a crown at the end of the show were Garry Ireton, Thomas Goffena, Chris North, Dave Frick, Dave Wood, Steve Mowery, Ousmane Wade and Dr. David Menning. The fundraiser included a talent show and creative outfit portion. Compassionate Care is a faith-based healthcare center, respectfully providing quality care and hope to the uninsured and underserved of Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Tony Berner, of Anna, owner of The Village Salon in Anna, solicits donations during Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised” 2nd annual fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 14. Berner was competing in the evening gown portion of the event. The men competing for a crown at the end of the show were Garry Ireton, Thomas Goffena, Chris North, Dave Frick, Dave Wood, Steve Mowery, Ousmane Wade and Dr. David Menning. The fundraiser included a talent show and creative outfit portion. Compassionate Care is a faith-based healthcare center, respectfully providing quality care and hope to the uninsured and underserved of Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Tony Berner, of Anna, owner of The Village Salon in Anna, solicits donations during Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised” 2nd annual fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 14. Berner was competing in the evening gown portion of the event. The men competing for a crown at the end of the show were Garry Ireton, Thomas Goffena, Chris North, Dave Frick, Dave Wood, Steve Mowery, Ousmane Wade and Dr. David Menning. The fundraiser included a talent show and creative outfit portion. Compassionate Care is a faith-based healthcare center, respectfully providing quality care and hope to the uninsured and underserved of Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/11/web1_SDN111415DressedThrill.jpgTony Berner, of Anna, owner of The Village Salon in Anna, solicits donations during Compassionate Care’s “Dressed to Thrill Revised” 2nd annual fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 14. Berner was competing in the evening gown portion of the event. The men competing for a crown at the end of the show were Garry Ireton, Thomas Goffena, Chris North, Dave Frick, Dave Wood, Steve Mowery, Ousmane Wade and Dr. David Menning. The fundraiser included a talent show and creative outfit portion. Compassionate Care is a faith-based healthcare center, respectfully providing quality care and hope to the uninsured and underserved of Shelby County. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News