Donations are however required, specially equipment much more significant-sized prom attire.
KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — The Camden Junior Welfare League (CJWL) is operating to make promenade period more economical for students in the Kershaw County.
The corporation is in search of donations of gently employed prom gowns, footwear, purses, jewelry and other components, as nicely as donations of unopened makeup, silk flower corsages and boutonnieres, restaurant present playing cards, and vouchers for prom-linked solutions this kind of as hair and nails from nearby businesses. The League then provides these items – free of charge – to Kershaw County teenagers with constrained sources.
“We have carefully made use of, gowns, purses, jewellery, and even gift certificates for food from nearby organizations and for hair and make-up,” Spadacenta mentioned.
Following donations are taken in, they will host an celebration welcoming Kershaw County teens to occur and try on the outfits.
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“Belle of the Ball [Boutique Day] is the working day we convert our constructing into a boutique,” mentioned Camden Junior Welfare League president Katharine Spadacenta, “and we make it offered to young women in the Kershaw County School District for females who could not be capable to pay for prom.”
That day, teens, try on any costume they see and choose out any other things. Local meals vendors cater the celebration. Spadacenta reported the working day is exclusive and it truly is seriously heartwarming.
DONATIONS ARE Even now Wanted, according to Spadacenta. If you have products that might be beneficial for promenade, CJWL question you to donate them. In individual, the corporation requirements much more extras additional large-sized dresses.
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Donations may well be dropped off at Metropolis Laundry and Cleaners spots in Camden, Lugoff and Elgin and The Edge of Wide Road at 938 Wide Street in downtown Camden. Donations will be recognized till February 18th.
Youthful females fascinated in scheduling an appointment for the yearly “Belle of the Ball” Boutique Day need to get in touch with their school steerage counselor.
For extra info, electronic mail [email protected] or contact 803-713-7302.
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