Guam - Getting ready for prom can be costly but if you shop at Catholic Social Services Thrift Store you may just find the perfect outfit for free. "Really it's just giving back to the kids and giving them an opportunity to come in and as you see we set up like a boutique style and we hope that they'll have fun," a representative told KUAM News.
High school students are invited to shop for a prom dress, suit, shoes, shirts, ties, handbags and costume jewelry today through April 16th. The thrift store is located behind the Department of Revenue & Taxation in Barrigada and is open from 8am to 5pm.
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