The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce will host a fundraiser and pamper women at the same time. “Bliss” could be thought of as a day of sweet indulgence from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, July 10, at the Bridge City Community Center, 104 Parkside Drive.

Features include a buffet lunch, style shows presented by Serendipity Chicks, Bette’s Boutique and Luv Lingerie, motivational speakers, shopping and sampling of services.

Guests may also make appointments at a variety of vendor booths including Judy Myers with Beauty Control, Paula Juneau with Curves, Debbie Crews with Debbie’s Gold Gem, Brandy Slaughter with David Self Ford, Ashley Kemp and Janet Montagne with Serendipity Chicks, Jennifer DeRouen with Southern Living at Home, Adrienne Colletti for Colletti Photography, Penny LeLeux with NRG Touch, Dr. Russell McDonald’s New Beginnings Medical Spa, Pam Vincent for Luv Lingerie and Boutique, Bette Smith for Bette’s Gift Shop and Bette’s Boutique, Scentsy Candles, Walgreens, Dove Chocolate Discoveries from Paula Nellegan, FitLife and InsureLife with Kimberly Tamberella and Ross Kressman with R&D Jewelry and Gifts.

Printing needs have been supplied for the event by Central Office Supply. Each participant will receive a goody bag which can also be used to collect giveaways at vendor booths.

Door prizes will be donated by each vendor including spa certificates, energy healing session, restaurant gift certificates, merchandise and more. Donations are still being accepted and sponsorships still available. There will be one “Mega” prize at the end of the day. Winners need not be present.

Tickets are $20, available at the Bridge City Chamber, Central Office Supply and Luv Lingerie. For more information, call the chamber at 735-5671 or event chairman Pam Vincent at 735-2930.

About Penny LeLeux

Penny has worked at The Record Newspapers since 2006. A member of the editorial staff, she has "done everything but print it." Most frequently she writes entertainment reviews and human interest stories, with a little paranormal thrown in from time to time.She has been a lifelong member of the Orangefield community.