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Enumclaw High School Prom Dreams | Thank You

Prom Dreams would like to thank all who helped make “Prom Dreams Come True” for our Enumclaw High School graduating senior girls and boys.  This was a successful fourth year for our program.

These students are selected as part of Prom Dreams, a project that involves local support in helping send EHS seniors to their prom on June 1.

The support received this year was amazing!  The Men’s Wearhouse provided the tuxedo and accessories for nine boys; Enumclaw Barber Shop (Judy) gave outstanding, “not your regular” haircuts to six boys, corsages or bouts were given to all the participants by Young’s Enumclaw Floral and Gifts. All Occasion Flowers of Enumclaw was a new local supporter this year.

The businesses who donated supplies, time and talent this year: Quality Cleaners, Sumner, dry cleaned the beautiful gowns; The Cottage, Enumclaw (Dawn), manicures; TGMotives (Tami) makeup; The Pearllady (Dynaa) jewelry.

A special thank you to Salon La Bell (Sarah, Patsy, Collette) for their contribution of time and talent to our program. They were able to provide outstanding hair styles to over seven girls on prom day.  Each girl was given special attention to their desires.  It was great to have all the girls together in the shop. It was full of energy and lots of fun. Perfect Wave Photography was there to take pictures for the salon.

The organizations funding the program this year were Enumclaw Lions Club and the Rotary Foundation.

Community donors were: McDonough and Sons, Dorian Studios (Holly) picture packages, Enumclaw School District, Enumclaw High School – Ramona Bray, Cathy Calvert, Enumclaw Patch, Enumclaw Courier-Herald.

A special thanks to all our volunteers: Mary Lou Galvin, Vickie Adderson, Rosalia Noronha, Lorraine Loeffler, Dynaa Heistuman, Rachael Heistuman, Lydia Miller, Terry Journey, Tami Grager, Sheila Bogdon, Laura Koontz. We could not do this without these people.

Thank you to the individuals in the community who donated gowns and accessories and gifts of cash to our program.

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