“To help spread awareness about spinal cord injuries. It shows that even though I have experienced something significant in my life, I am not limited and can accomplish anything I put my mind to.” – Megan Silcott.

At 16 years old Megan was diagnosed with Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, an autoimmune illness that deteriorated the myelin sheath on her entire spinal cord and part of the left side of her brain.

She was in the inpatient unit for nearly four months and continues to do physical therapy at the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s world-renowned center for spinal cord injury.  Megan will walk the runway at the Green Spring Station for the Fall Fête on September 15.

The Courtyard will transform into a fashion extravaganza with a runway show featuring on-trend fashion highlights from Green Spring Station retailers; delectable food and beverage stations by local restaurants, tastings, and tunes. Proceeds benefit Kennedy Krieger Institute.

More info + tickets visit  www.greenspringstation.com.

Baltimore Fishbowl is a media partner for the Fall Fête -A Fall Fashion Event. The information included in this post is courtesy of Green Spring Station. Follow the GSS Facebook page for up-to-the-minute information about this event and more!

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