I want to be a cowgirl, baby

Dreams to Reality to benefit from Western event

Women assemble custom greeting cards and sheriff’s badges at Cowgirl Up, a fundraiser held Saturday. Proceeds from the cards go the group, which helps women find suitable clothing for job interviews.

Women assemble custom greeting cards and sheriff’s badges at Cowgirl Up, a fundraiser held Saturday. Proceeds from the cards go the group, which helps women find suitable clothing for job interviews. Wes Duplantier/for the News Tribune

Saturday was a day all about special clothes, but at least in Jefferson City, the unusual outfits weren’t just limited to men out in hunting gear for the first day of deer season.

Read additional details in our newspaper or e-Edition. Newspaper subscribers: Click on an e-Edition article and log in using your current account information at no extra charge. For e-edition help, e-mail circ@newstribune.com. Click here to purchase the full version of archived articles.

The cowgirl hats and creative Wild West attire at Capitol Plaza Hotel were part of a fundraiser aimed at one thing that was central to having a good night: having the right clothes. A trade show of western and cowgirl themed items aimed to raise money for Dreams to Reality, a local charity that gives lower-income women the right clothes for job interviews.

Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Please review our Policies and Procedures before registering or commenting

News Tribune - comments