Fashion show raises money for Children’s Hospital

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DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The Hotel Hershey became a focal point of fashion on Friday -- and all for a good cause.

The hotel hosted the ninth annual Neiman Marcus runway show, put on by the Children's Miracle Network.  All of the proceeds benefit the Hummingbird Program at Penn State Children's Hospital.  The program assists families with children who are dealing with complex and life-altering medical conditions.

"It's for our sickest children and it's a team that basically oversees their care -- both in the hospital and when they go home," said Jeanne Arnold with the Hummingbird Committee.  "The goal [is fewer] re-admissions to the hospital, and hopefully better education for the family that takes care of them and a higher quality of life."

Friday's event also included a raffle and silent auction, and was expected to raise about $90,000. To date, the Children's Miracle Network has raised $600,000.

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