Princess and the Prom clothing drive benefits Dallas high school lock-in
The Misericordia University campus community organized a Princess and the Prom clothing and accessory drive for the Dallas High School Yard Sale, which raises money for the annual Dallas High School Graduation Lock-In.
Students active in Campus Ministry at Misericordia University collected dresses, shoes, jewelry and other accessories from mid-February to mid-March, and donated the items to raise money for the 13th annual Dallas High School Graduation Lock-In.
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or call (570) 674-6400. Founded and Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy in 1924, Misericordia University is Luzerne County’s first four-year college and offers 37 degree programs in three colleges in full- and part-time formats.
Picture: Misericordia University students recently organized the Princess and the Prom clothing and accessory drive and donated them to the Dallas High school Yard Sale. Participating in the fundraiser, from left, are Maggy Hanlon, Scranton, Pa.; Chelsea Mixon, Bethlehem, Pa.; and Sarah Munley, Sussex, N.J.