Business donates promenade dresses to students in need

CAMP HILL, Pa. (WHTM) – Prom deteriorate is over, though what is there to do with all those pleasing dresses? A business in Cumberland County is giving behind and we can, too.

Satin after sequin, Miranda Viehman has some-more promenade dresses than anyone needs during her Hello Gorgeous shipment emporium in Camp Hill.

“I wish to contend like 60 to 70 dresses this open for consignment,” she said.

That includes dresses that didn’t sell and others that could have. But it finished Viehman consider behind to her prom.

“We spent a whole day removing a nails done, a hair.”

That was only final year during Cumberland Valley High School.

“I know that some of a kids that were in my class didn’t have as most income as some of a other people, so they couldn’t means a promenade dresses,” Viehman said.

That’s what got a patrolman inside a shop. Silver Spring military Officer Wes Schmidt hauled some-more than 40 dresses and a dozen boots to Viehman’s alma mater.

“Cumberland Valley has a module called Angel’s Closet that consists of giving kids wardrobe who need clothing, coats, shoes, socks, shirts,” Schmidt said.

Now, they also have dresses for homecoming or prom, that some girls competence have skipped.

“You hear about these things when we speak to someone 20 years after they connoisseur from high school; there’s that homecoming, sports game, whatever it is, that moment,” Cumberland Valley High School Assistant Principal David Gilbert said. “And giving kids a possibility to attend in that is only so important.”

“It only gives those girls a event to feel a same approach as we felt when we went to prom,” Viehman said.

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