February 20, 2012
Monticello High School students have created a program called Cinderella's Boutique to help girls of any age find a dress at a affordable price.
The dresses are donated to the program and are re-sold for a fraction of the price. All of the dresses, even those that have never been worn and still have tags, are being sold for $25.
"We have every sort of dress you could ever want: short, long, glittery, sequin. We have it in some form," said Laily Sudol, a Monticello High School Senior who has been working with Cinderella's Boutique for four years.
Students hope the program can help girls feel like a princess on a very important night.
The school is collecting dresses Monday through Friday at Monticello High School during school hours. The dresses will be sold March 23 and 24.
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