Students from any Sonoma County superior faculty in lookup of a prom costume are welcomed to choose edge of Windsor’s free of charge Promenade Dress Project.
New and gently utilised attire ended up gathered beginning final spring “when prom and in-individual shopping was unsure,” claimed Jen Wall, a Windsor resident.
Macy’s donated about 100 new dresses to the system final year and is donating yet again this yr.
The dresses are prepared to be shopped at Roach Co., a boutique at 9030 Windsor Street, which is the project’s formal host. The retail store is open up Tuesday to Sunday.
Tina Roach, owner of Roach Co., said she was “excited to enable students in our small local community pick out a prom gown they love. Students from Windsor Large College and surrounding schools are welcome to shop our vast variety of types and measurements.”
“Dances are costly and attire can be a huge section of that cost — notably for households who missing their careers or had lowered wages during COVID, paying out for a gown to have on at the time can be a battle,” Wall reported.
“The Promenade Costume Venture is a terrific case in point of how the Windsor community comes with each other to assist a person a different,” reported Beth Henry, government director of the Windsor Chamber of Commerce.
For much more data, get hold of Wall at 707-477-3896.
You can achieve Workers Writer Kathleen Coates at [email protected] or 707-521-5209.