Amanda Tragarz, (right) a Leyden student-teacher and volunteer for the Once Upon a Prom event, helps East Leyden junior Alexandra Gutierrez, pick out a prom dress. Dresses, shoesand& acessories were donated and female students from the area were allowed t
Deja Cook, a junior at East Leyden and her stepmom, Dena Dattilo, look over prom dresses.
Volunteer Carla Mazzacano, who works at Hester Junior High School, holds a mirror while senior Amanda Geneva, looks at one of the prom dresses she was trying on at Once Upon a Prom.
An assortment of shoes were available, as well as dresses.
Natalie Garcia, a senior at West Leyden, looks over possible prom dresses.
Gail (last name witheld) helps out Samantha Covello, a junior at West Leyden, pick out a possible prom dress and acessories at Once Upon a Prom. Gail, drove Covello, whose father had to work Saturday, to the Franklin Park Library where the donated dresses
Tamyra Love, a senior at West Leyden, gets assistance from volunteer Amanda Tragarz.
The Franklin Park Library was the site of the Once Upon a Prom event.
Franklin Park 4/21/12--A local student walks away from the Prom Dress Drive with a dress and a pair of shoes. The event which was held at the Franklin Park Library had dresses, shoes & acessories that were donated and female students from the area with were allowed to pick out one of each for the small price of sending in a photo from their prom. |Vincent D. Johnson~for Sun Times Media
Racks held more than 150 dresses at the start of the Once Upon A Prom event held April 21 at the Franklin Park Public Library. The prom dress giveaway was sponsored by the library, the West Leyden High School Fashion Club and the community. … Read More