Thursday, March 3, 2011

Family Services' Youth Council Launches Prom Project 2011

The Family Services Youth Council would like you to help make Prom Project a reality!

Prom Dress Give-AwayImage by hcplebranch via Flickr
Prom Project is one of our latest goals that we are striving to make a success. It is a way to show the teens of today's high schools that they can look beautiful and have a night to remember, no matter what their situation is.  We are looking for the donations of gently used and clean prom gowns. A dress to wear on a special occasion to make the lucky girl feel like a princess on the night of nights.  Any accessories, shoes, or make up would also be greatly appreciated. 

Once late March rolls on in, we will open our doors and let the wonderful young women come and get a free dress. Donating just one dress can help give a teen joy and hope not to mention the smiles. Of course, it isn't just the ladies who find themselves in rough times. Any donated tuxedos, suits, or even dress shirts and pants for our handsome gentlemen make a difference.  Please get a hold of Katherine Raynor by phone, (845) 452-1110 x3344, or by email,, if you would like to make a donation or if you have any questions.

The Family Services Youth Council is also looking for new members who want to make a difference or help with the project. We have lots of future projects planned and your help could make a world of difference. The Youth Council is a way for youth to help their peers and make a difference in the community. Contact Katherine at the above information if you’d like to join or wish to find out more information. Membership is free. Meetings are the first and third Tuesday of every month at 4:30 in the Family Partnership Center.  If you would like to get a dress for your prom please call and make an appointment and you will be fit into that perfect dress.
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