As spring rolls around, the same thought is going to be on every high school girl’s mind: finding that perfect prom dress. For parents, the questions have a bit more variance. For moms, the questions will include such matters as approving the dress and its design. For dads, the questions are more along the lines of whether they should overtly threaten the lives of their daughters’ dates or just go with the subtle approach of carrying a meat cleaver around during the picture sessions.
The question both parents are going to have in mind, however, is how to afford that prom dress that their daughter simply has to have. If that describes you, you should keep the 6th Annual Fishers Tri Kappa Prom Dress Sale in mind. This year’s prom dress sale takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday March 2 at the Delaware Township Government Center (9090 131st Street). The only stipulations are that students will need to show a valid school ID and pay with cash. Your daughter shouldn’t have too much trouble finding her size, as the prom dresses range from size 0 to 18+ and feature numerous colors, lengths, and styles.
The best part about this particular sale is that the prices range from $10 to $40 (an insanely low price for a prom dress). The reason Fisher Tri Kappa can afford these great sale prices is that the prom dresses they sell come from donations. With that in mind, if your daughter has a used prom dress that she isn’t planning to wear again, you can make another girl’s dream come true by donating the lightly-used dress to Fishers Tri Kappa. The sorority views this event as a service project to provide beautiful prom dresses to girls who want to look gorgeous without having to take out loans to pay for the prom dress. If you’re interested in donating or buying, we’ll see you at the Fishers Tri Kappa Prom Dress Sale this weekend.