WHS prom assembly promotes safety, shows styles

Westlake High senior girls model the latest fashions during the March 14 prom assembly. Photo by Carol Maat

On March 14, Westlake High School hosted its annual Prom Assembly for the graduating seniors. The purpose of this event is to promote safe driving and responsible behavior during the many activities that take place during prom and graduation season.

Principal Timothy Freeman, Westlake police officer Scott Fortkamp and members of S.A.D.D (Students Against Destructive Decisions) addressed the class. A fashion show featuring student models followed. For the first time in this event’s history, Mr. Jim Egan and Mrs. Melissa Crist (educators at the high school) modeled as well.

Mademoiselle Trendy Apparel and Accessories provided a beautiful array of evening gowns from the designers Jovanni and Sherri Hill. American Commodore Tuxedo provided the tuxes and shoes for the male models. Silver Fox Florist donated the trendy floral corsages and boutonnieres to accent the apparel. Stylists from Bella Capelli Sanctuario and Charles Scott Salon and Spa applied make-up and styled the models’ hair.

Giant Eagle provided a breakfast for the models, committee members and stylists. This great event is sponsored by the Westlake High School PTSA.

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Volume 6, Issue 6, Posted 9:16 AM, 03.18.2014