Fashions will be presented by Reeses Fashion Gallery of Calhoun.
According to Sandy Reese, owner of Reeses, this years fall colors will be grape, magenta, teal and brown. The swing jacket will be very popular along with skirts and pants.
The Quota International is known for their service to the deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech impaired and disadvantaged women and children.
It was first organized in 1919 and the Rome Chapter began in 1958.
The fashion show is the clubs main fundraiser with proceeds to benefit local charities.
The club gave a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior at Georgia School for the Deaf and this year will also give another $1,000 scholarship to a Coosa High School deaf student. Both students will be attending Gallaudet University this fall.
Other charities include the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northwest Georgia, Hospitality House, Open Door Home, Star House and Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth.
Local models for the fashion show include Angie Hudson, Delores Nance, Sondra Wilkins, Vivian Toles, Vicky Smith, Elizabeth Wooten, Cindy Westmoreland, Allison Lampkin, Jackie Soland, Sandy McCollum, Regina Wright, Mary Arendt and Nancy Morgan.
For tickets or more information, contact Diane Cooper at 706-235-0886, Melanie Baker at 706-295-4985 or Audrey Wimberly at 706-295-2189