Community Helping Save West Liberty Prom

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Updated: 3/29/2012 5:51 pm
Community members in Frankfort are making sure the prom goes on for many girls in West Liberty, despite devastation from a recent deadly tornado.

The March 2 tornado left about 200 girls at Morgan County High School in need of dresses, jewelry and shoes for their big prom night on April 14.

So, Cinderella's Closet, a ministry of First United Methodist Church in Frankfort, gathered donated items. They loaded trailers containing 30 dressing rooms and more then 500 dresses, shoes and other items bound for West Liberty.

Students and other members of the Frankfort community helped load up the items today. Cinderella's Closet had many of the items available already from donations that had already been made.


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