Cinderella and No Pumpkin!

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By Rodger Brayden

Spring may seem far away, but before you know it, Prom season at area schools will be on us. Unfortunately, some young ladies don't have the resources to buy a suitable outfit. This is where Kiwanis steps in to collect donated formal outfits, including accessories, and provide them free of charge, so every girl can enjoy the big evening. Fittings are done at the Mohr Community Center, with a volunteer staff on hand to make sure that every young lady who wants one has a dream outfit for her dream evening. And no one's "coach" will turn into a pumpkin at midnight! Just another way Kiwanis works to make life better for the  young people in our community.

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Jean Lotus from Editor, Forest Park Review  

Posted: March 11th, 2013 10:32 AM

This is a great program and I know the "princesses" had a wonderful time last year. Thanks Key Club students!

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