Oklahoma Project Woman held its 2022 Pink Ribbon fundraising event Oct. 10 at OKPOP Museum. The nearly 200 guests in attendance enjoyed a cocktail reception, dinner catered by Justin Thompson and champagne and dessert on the terrace. Emceed by KJRH anchor Karen Larsen, the evening’s activities included a live auction and fashion show featuring designers Max Mara and Dana Kellin Jewelry. Funds raised benefit OPW’s mission of providing breast health care for uninsured Oklahomans with limited income. From mammography to surgical services, OPW pays for clients’ full continuum of care.
Co-Chairs John and Leigh Reaves of Asphalt and Fuel Supply
Steve Aberson, owner of Abersons clothing store, with Anne Bogie, executive director at Oklahoma Project Woman. Aberson is passionate about OPW’s mission, making the annual runway show possible and bringing in a different designer every year.
Marla Roberts, development director for OPW, with Duane MenNe, Abersons manager/buyer
Tulsa model Kai Parnosky walks in the Pink Ribbon fashion show. All models wore Max Mara clothing and jewelry by Dana Kellin.
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