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Donations needed for Moultrie special needs prom

Nettie Hatcher, Pastor of Special Needs Nettie Hatcher, Pastor of Special Needs

A Moultrie Church needs formal wear donations for their special needs prom.

Several prom dress donations have been made to Heritage Church from businesses including The Parlor in Albany. The church is one of 50 nationwide hosting the “Tim Tebow Night to Shine Special Needs Prom.” They're asking for dresses, suits, and shawls.

"Many of our kids don't get to attend formals, proms or other events like that,” said Nettie Hatcher, Pastor of Special Needs.” “So we're so excited to be able to provide a night that they'll remember and because of the Tim Tebow Foundation we're able to do that. They're going to get dressed up, ride in limos and have their hair and make-up done."

The free event is open to anyone with a disability ages 16 and up. It'll be held February 13th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Heritage Church.

You can donate by calling Heritage Church at 229-891-3421 or email Nettie Hatcher at nettie@heritagelife.org.

You can register for the event by clicking here.

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