Prom dresses being sought

The Princess Project is collecting new and nearly new formal gowns and accessories as part of its 2009 dress drive, which is being held Feb. 8-14. The Princess Project provides free prom dresses and accessories to high school students who otherwise couldn’t afford them.

Dresses should be fashionable formal gowns, party dresses and cocktail dresses – any lengths, sizes, fabrics and colors. The dresses should also be in excellent condition, dry-cleaned and on hangers upon donation.

Dresses can be dropped off at the following locations:
Margaret’s Cleaners (La Jolla, Del Mar, Kearny Mesa); Mossy Nissan (El Cajon, Escondido, Kearny Mesa, National City, Oceanside, Poway); Minx Hair Salon (Birdrock) and First Class Wax (Banker’s Hill).

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