Tri-Cities Teens Doing Great Things in Our Community [ViDEO]
Prom is for most high school students one of the most magical memories of their high school career. Or, at least it should be. That's exactly how Corinne Barnett and Audrey Hermann from Tri-Cities Prep feel. The two students created Exchange for Change, a project to collect gently used prom dresses to help under-privileged and foster kids have a fabulous dress to ear to prom! How amazing that teens want to help others in their community and are taking their time to help! They told the Tri-City Herald "No girl should have to miss out on their prom. “We want to assist them in having a normal life,” Corinne said. Here are the details, so you can help if you can. And be sure to check out the video. We applaud these girls! Way to be a positive influence in our town, and the world!
Exchange for Change
What: Prom dress exchange
When: April 11, 9 to 10 a.m. (dress drop off), 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. for fittings
Where: Cynergy Centre, 4309 W. 27th Ave., Kennewick