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On Friday, February 26, 8 young people from Lebanon YAP slipped into tuxedos and prom gowns to help promote the 8th Annual Glass Slipper Project. The Glass Slipper Project, sponsored by the Lebanon County Commission for Women, provides quality prom gowns to Lebanon area high school girls who want to attend their high school’s proms. Gowns are $10 and a great way to ensure that low-income youth have an opportunity to attend their prom. 6 boys and 2 girls from YAP modeled apparel for sale through the Glass Slipper Project at a fashion show at Lebanon Valley Mall.
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