Every girl should attend her prom dressed like a princess.
Last year, due to the generosity of women in the Sarasota community, hundreds of young girls were able to choose a beautiful prom dress through The Cinderella Project, sponsored by Every Child, Inc. The project has started up again and is accepting donations of quality new or gently used formal dresses, as well as accessories, which can be dropped off before March 15, at Lotus, 1451 Main St., or at Pickles and Ponytails, 1821 Hillview St.
For information, call Judy Alexander at 376-2663.
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