Jeseye Tanner

All dressed for fundraising

The Princess Project is holding a dress sale on April 18.

The Princess Project Society is holding its annual dress sale on April 18 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Kennedy Seniors Centre, 11760 88 Ave.

Long and short dresses, suits, shoes, purses and jewelry are for sale.

It’s cash only: Long dresses are $10, short dresses and suits are $5, and purses, shoes (pairs) and jewelry are $2 apiece.

The event is a fundraiser for a Surrey-based non-profit society that provides high school prom dresses, shoes, accessories, makeup and hair styling for low-income teens.

Although doors open at 9 a.m., lineups are expected for an early rush. For more information,

visit www.surreyprincessproject.ca/

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