Pre-Prom fashion show featured at West Grand High School on Wednesday |

Pre-Prom fashion show featured at West Grand High School on Wednesday

West Grand High School will be hosting its annual Pre-Prom Fashion Show at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28, in the high school auditorium.

The theme this year will revolve around the junior/senior prom theme of “fire and Ice.”

The public is welcome to the pre-prom fashion show, and there is no charge to attend.

Students from the junior and senior classes will participate and model their prom dresses, while the young men will be dressed in tuxedos.

Some special models and escorts from the elementary school will also take part in the night’s festivities.

This year’s fashion show will include messages about the dangers of indoor tanning, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs as well as safe driving tips for teenagers.

Participants have also agreed to make smart choices by following the law as teenage drivers by agreeing to wear their seat belts and to not text or use cell phones while driving.

Each student will be given $65 to use toward the purchase of a tuxedo.

Girls will get $45 toward their hair or nails at a salon or receiving a spray-on tan.

Participating students are: Juniors: Megan O’Neill, Kassandra Pasillas, Auztin Ramirez, Tim Ritschard, Katherine Schonlau, Summer Shearer, Alyse Billington, Lloyd Coleman, Leslie Hirt

Seniors: Erin Beason, Brook Cecil, Brenda Heid, Destry Heide, Melissa Kraker, Jessica Raecke, Maddie Roller, Kala Russell, Alyssa Wall, Chris Zagone, Ben Edmondson, Fletcher Flanigan. Daniel Johnston, Sound booth.

Elementary participants: Ben Biekert, Lela Biekert, Jahlen LePage, Baylie Tracy, Dane Biekert, Rylee Unruh, Igor Bergman, Alex Schake, Galen Wilkinson, Maddie Probst.

Entertainment this year is being provided by Kala Russell, Michael Lengel and Katherine Schonlau.

The evening is being sponsored by Flowers By Marcia, Grand Hair Design, A’LaMode and Park Avenue Hair.

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