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Prom Dreamin' at the mall

March 16, 2007

Albany -- Prom season is upon us and teens at the Albany Mall show off the season's latest looks.

The Albany Mall Fashion Board hosted a fashion show featuring 45 dresses from JC Penney and Dillard. The Prom Dreamin' event included dresses and a giveaway.

Wildcats football players showed off stuff for the guys. All the tuxes they wore were from After Hours Formalwear.

High schoolers attending prom say the fashion show gave them good ideas for their big day.

"It's my senior year. It's my last year for prom. You know last year was exciting, but to see all these dresses on stage it really pumps me up more for prom, since this is my last one," said High school senior Meggan Eadie.

Albany Mall is accepting used prom dresses for girls in foster care until Friday March 23rd. You can bring an old dress to the service desk. If you donate one you will receive a mall gift certificate.

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