Dress Shopping Day set for Special Needs Prom

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The Children’s Policy Council of Etowah County is scheming for a second special needs prom, and that includes substantiating a “dress shop” for prom-going girls.

A Night for Our Stars Special Needs Prom is Apr 1. The eventuality is giveaway for any special-needs students, age 13 and adult and their families.

Emma Hazlewood is an executive house member of a Children’s Policy Council of Etowah County and owner of a arriving event. In further to a prom, she’s formulation to assistance dress a attendees by creation giveaway promenade dresses accessible to attendees.

From 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Mar 5, a CPC will open a Family Success Center during 821 E. Broad Street Gadsden, and for a second year, a core will be set adult like a grave dress shop, permitting attendees to come and try out dresses and take one home for a prom, according to Hazlewood.

She pronounced she is still holding in donations of dresses and has a genuine needs now for and distance dresses.

The legislature needs to steal some dress racks so they can put a dresses on arrangement for a shop.

Hazlewood pronounced she understands that a relatives of children with special needs might have singular medical needs and expenses. She pronounced she wants to offer this day for those families in sequence to assistance with dresses so their daughters/sisters/etc. all demeanour like “the princesses they are.”

A Night For Our Stars Special Needs Prom will be Apr 1 during Gadsden Convention Hall. Doors open during 5 p.m., and a promenade is from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

For tickets or some-more information about Dress Shopping Day, greatfully hit Emma Hazlewood during a Family Success Center during 256-547-6888 ext. 107. Check out their website www.anightforourstars.com or on Facebook www.facebook.com/anightforourstars.

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