Donations are still wanted, in particular equipment additional significant-sized promenade dresses.
KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — The Camden Junior Welfare League (CJWL) is doing the job to make promenade year additional inexpensive for pupils in the Kershaw County.
The group is looking for donations of gently applied prom robes, shoes, purses, jewellery and other components, as effectively as donations of unopened makeup, silk flower corsages and boutonnieres, cafe reward cards, and vouchers for promenade-associated products and services these kinds of as hair and nails from area corporations. The League then offers these goods – free of demand – to Kershaw County teens with restricted methods.
“We have carefully used, gowns, purses, jewelry, and even gift certificates for food items from regional companies and for hair and make-up,” Spadacenta said.
Right after donations are taken in, they will host an celebration welcoming Kershaw County teenagers to come and attempt on the outfits.
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“Belle of the Ball [Boutique Day] is the working day we change our creating into a boutique,” reported Camden Junior Welfare League president Katharine Spadacenta, “and we make it offered to youthful gals in the Kershaw County School District for gals who could not be capable to pay for promenade.”
That day, teenagers, attempt on any dress they see and pick out any other things. Regional food distributors cater the function. Spadacenta said the day is special and it truly is definitely heartwarming.
DONATIONS ARE Still Desired, according to Spadacenta. If you have products that could be useful for promenade, CJWL talk to you to donate them. In individual, the business requires additional accessories much more significant-sized attire.
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Donations may perhaps be dropped off at Metropolis Laundry and Cleaners locations in Camden, Lugoff and Elgin and The Edge of Broad Road at 938 Wide Avenue in downtown Camden. Donations will be recognized right up until February 18th.
Youthful women of all ages interested in scheduling an appointment for the once-a-year “Belle of the Ball” Boutique Day should really speak to their college steering counselor.
For supplemental information, e mail [email protected] or simply call 803-713-7302.
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