Relive your prom night with The Junior League of Brooklyn

The Junior League of Brooklyn has organized and sponsored ‘Prom through the Decades,’ a fundraiser in celebration and support of the Belle of the Ball Program and College Scholarship. The program provides formal attire for teenage girls preparing for senior prom, graduation and other formal events and also provides several college scholarships to graduating seniors.

The Prom through the Decades fundraiser will take place Friday, March 7 from 7-11 p.m. at Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave., and will feature DJ Judson spinning prom songs from the past, a photo booth, open bar and hors d’ouevres and the crowning of a prom king and queen. Guests are encouraged to dress in their vintage prom best.

Tickets are available for purchase at https://2014promthroughthedecades.eventbrite.com and are priced at $55 before Saturday, March 1 and $60 after March 1 or at the door.

One-hundred percent of proceeds to fund the Belle of the Ball Program and College Scholarship. Dress and accessories donations for the Belle of the Ball will be welcome at the event.

Please contact Emily Bontempo for further details about the Junior League of Brooklyn and the Belle of the Ball program at [email protected] or (718) 624-3288, Mailbox 1.

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The Belle of the Ball is an annual dress drive and college scholarship program sponsored by the Junior League of Brooklyn to provide formal attire for teenage girls preparing for senior prom, graduation and other formal events. The goal is to promote self-confidence and individual beauty and to transform each young woman into a princess on their prom night. The program also encourages intelligence through its scholarship program and fosters a sense of voluntarism in each participant.

The Junior League of Brooklyn, founded in 1910, is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

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