|Donate formal dresses for Prom for Paws resale event|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 16 February 2013 09:10|
PERRYSBURG - Planned Pethood Inc. is sponsoring a prom dress resale event on March 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The event will be held at the Salvatore Capelli Salon in the Country Charm Shopping Plaza in Perrysburg, 114 W. South Boundary. No dress will cost more than $25.
To kick off the event, Planned Pethood will hold a special Preview Fashion Show with the help of Notre Dame students on March 1 from 6 to 9 p.m. with the show at 7 p.m. A $5 donation is requested.
"Regardless of the economy, every young woman wants to go to her prom feeling good about herself in a beautiful gown and that's why Notre Dame is proud to be a part of this worthwhile event," says Planned Pethood supporter Katie Maskey, director of Alumnae Relations for Notre Dame Academy.
Planned Pethood recognizes the tough economic times families are faced with currently. Oftentimes there isn't extra money to purchase a new formal dress for the high school students upcoming school dance. To assist in making this a reality for members of our community, Planned Pethood is offering low cost formal dress to those in our community.
All in the public are invite to shop at our Prom For Paws event.
The organization is currently accepting gently used and clean formal dresses, shoes and accessories. Items may be dropped off during business hours at First Federal Bank, 1077 Louisiana Ave., Perrysburg, and at Salvatore Capelli Salon.
Proceeds for this re-sale will go toward Planned Pethood's Mission.
As a no-kill organization, Planned Pethood, Inc. provides medical treatment and behavioral rehabilitation for animals that come into its care and offers adoptable animals to the public.
Its mission is to reduce the overpopulation and suffering of dogs and cats through education and low-cost spay/neuter programs and to rescue, vet and place adoptable dogs and cats into good permanent homes.
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