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Teens affected by cancer pick dream dress

Posted at 10:09 PM, Mar 04, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-05 11:27:57-05
Prom is an exciting time for most teenagers. A night to make lasting high school memories with friends. A time to get dressed up for a special night. 
 
But for students affected by cancer, prom can be just an added stress. But, A Prom to Remember provides teens with cancer a stress free prom and it starts with finding a dream dress. 
 
"The physicians and nurses at all three hospitals make up the guest list and we sent out the invitations, " said organizer Rosey Malkin. 
 
This weekend A Prom to Remember is hosting its annual Dress Extravaganza. With donated dresses, shoes and accessories, the goal is to help every girl find the perfect look.
"I've never seen this many dresses before, " said Brianna Mosley. 
 
More than 1,200 donated dress, dozens of shoes and tables filled with jewelry are on display for girls to pick their perfect prom dress. "It's super fun, I love pink and it's twirly. I feel like a princess," said Claire Martin.  
 
A Prom to Remember will be held at The Cleveland Ritz-Carlton on Saturday, April 8. More than 200 teenagers are expected to attend.