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Kingston Crossing looking for a mom to make over

KINGSTON — This Mother’s Day, Kingston business owners in the Kingston Crossing shopping plaza want to surprise one lucky mom with a makeover, but haven’t decided who yet.

Stacy Patrick, owner of Lucky Star Consignment Clothing, is currently collecting letters from North Enders nominating their mothers for a major prize package.

“It is open to anyone wishing to submit their mom for a makeover,” Patrick said. “I have one letter from a little boy already and it is so sweet.”

This year Patrick teamed up with surrounding businesses to give the winning mother a new outfit, complete with accessories, a new haircut and makeover from Third Dimensions, a massage from Kingston Crossing Chiropractic, dinner for two at Puerto Villarta and two tickets to Maude Maggert at the Admiral Theatre on May 16 in Bremerton, donated by Kitsap Bank.

“I was thinking we have everything in this shopping center and it would be so easy to do,” Patrick said. This is the first time Patrick has put together the Mother’s Day gift package but said she would love to continue this as an annual tradition.

“I really wanted to do this to bring all businesses together. There are a lot of great people here and everyone is so fun. We want to show people we have everything here in our own shopping center. You don’t need to go far to put something like this together,” she said.

To nominate a mother to win the makeover package, send or drop off a letter at Lucky Star Consignment Clothing at 8202 NE State Highway 104, Suite 101 in Kingston.

The winning mom will be notified May 11, Mother’s Day.

Lucky Star Consignment Clothing is also gearing up for its third annual fashion show on May 4 to benefit Kitsap Foster Care Associations’ Dream Project.

This years theme: Retro Hollywood, fashions from the ’40s and ’50s.

“A lot of looks coming out this spring are the old empire waists, bright colors and nautical looks,” Patrick said.

Liberty Bay Danceworks will also showcase performances at the event, which kicks off at 2 p.m at Kingston High.

“It’s a huge deal this year,” Patrick said. “Kingston High School’s Key Club adopted it as their service project and we have 300 stadium seats.”

From the first show at the Indianola Club House there were only 25 people, she said.

According to the Kitsap Foster Care Association Web site, the Dream Project’s mission is to grant wishes of foster children that might require funding, such as summer camp tuition, music lessons, graduation costs or prom expenses.

“It’s a great event that goes to a great cause,” Patrick said.

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