THS seniors Ryan Foreman (left) and Bria Patrick model some of the Dreams Delivered formal wear.Submitted photo

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For the past ten years, hundreds of students from Evanston Township High School have taken advantage of the “Dreams Delivered” program sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Evanston (WCE). Dreams Delivered provides new or once-worn dresses to ETHS girls at no cost, making this event a preferred choice for many girls who want to attend prom in style without breaking the bank.

A group of ETHS students modeled formal attire, including some of the Dreams Delivered dresses, at a 2016 Prom Fashion Show on March 14 hosted by the Dreams Delivered Advisory Board of the WCE.

All ETHS girls who are attending prom were eligible to receive a dress during one of the boutique nights last week. Along with the dresses and gowns, students were invited to select jewelry, shoes, purses, and other accessories.

A spa-like experience will also be available to female students who qualify for free makeup and hairstyling services on prom day, May 14. Interested students may pick up an application in room E118 at ETHS during school hours.