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Off To Appalachia–With Dresses


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Chloe Mathewson and Alena Gabbe put out a call for fancy dress donations a few weeks ago, and Verona answered: Yesterday, the Verona High School seniors packed a car with more than 225 dresses and accessories that will be delivered to girls in Appalachia.

This year, the project got a big boost from Say I Do Bridal Boutique, the formal dress store in the center of Verona, which donated 25 dresses to the dress drive.

The dresses will now be donated to girls in an an Appalachian town that Mathewson and Gabbe got to know on a mission trip through the Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit a few years ago.

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