Whether she’s a tomboy or a glamour girl, the right prom dress can transform any girl into a beauty queen for an evening. The LEAD Community Organization is ready to help young women make that transition at their Princess Project Event, Saturday, April 12, 2014, from 10 a.m. —2 p.m., at New Covenant Fellowship Church (the old Logan Central Jr. High).
Students from any local school can attend the event and find their perfect prom ensemble and accessories at absolutely no cost. Many young girls choose to miss their school prom because of the family’s inability to pay for a dress for the event. This program alleviates their concerns and offers each participant a gown, hair style, shoes, and other accessories to make their transition to princess for a day complete.
Hundreds of donated prom gowns and formal wear in various sizes and styles are available, and volunteers will be on hand to serve as “Personal Shoppers” to help students find their dream dress. Many local volunteers work countless hours to bring this program to the communities in need.
The program has helped over 100 young ladies with various styles and needs to attend that special event. These gowns have been used for High School Proms, Christmas Formals, Homecoming Formals, and even for Senior Citizens and, most recently, for the Fireman’s Ball. The program is open to anyone in need and is free of charge.
For more information, contact the LEAD Community Organization at 304-896-8551, or email email@example.com.