Lubbock Dream Center hosting free 2018 prom event

Lubbock Dream Center hosting free 2018 prom event

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Lubbock Dream Center Prom Queen Committee invites high school girls who are attending a 2018 Prom to shop for a free dress in our fully stocked dress gallery.

The Lubbock Dream Center is opening up the preregistration opportunity to the public on March 1st. We have worked with Communities In Schools representatives to ensure girls in need of a prom dress will have a chance to shop for their dream dress in our gallery. We are presenting this opportunity now to the general Lubbock Community as a way reach others who otherwise may not have the chance to attend prom. We recognize that prom can be a costly event and want to ensure that each girl not only has the chance to have her own dream dress, but also realizes her worth and value. Registration starts at 4:00pm. A fashion show, shopping in the dress gallery and an after party will follow, where the girls can pick up hair and makeup tips.

Event Details

  • Who: High school girls attending a Prom in 2018
  • What: Reception, fashion show, shopping in the dress gallery and hair & makeup tips
  • Where: Lubbock Dream Center 1111 30th St Lubbock, TX 79411
  • When: Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 Check-in - 4:00pm

Do you know a young woman in need of a prom dress this season? We would love to have her join us for the event. Register online at www.lubbockdreamcenter.org/prom beginning March 1st. A parent or guardian must be present to sign the completed form the night of the event.

(press release)

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