Hereford High freshman coordinates fundraising fashion show


Freshman Alicia Kozlowski of Hereford High School worked hard to prepare Hereford High’s first Prom Fashion Show, which was held on Friday, January 11, 2013.

With a little bit of pep in their steps, Hereford students voluntarily wore dresses and tuxes that were generously donated by numerous boutiques and tux rental stores. The girls glided effortlessly across the stage as if they were debutantes, while the boys looked collectively cool in their dashing suits.

Alicia not only created a captivating fashion show, but she was also able to support a good cause. The fashion show was a fundraiser for The Priceless Gown Project, an organization that seeks to provide underprivileged high school girls with dresses so that they are able to experience prom. All of the money raised in ticket sales from the Hereford High fashion show was contributed to Priceless Gown Project. In addition to ticket sales, Alicia collected prom dresses donated by the Hereford community and contributed them to the cause.

Alicia’s efforts show her drive to succeed and ability to take initiative.



Story written by Abby Kousouris, Grade 12 student, Hereford High School, and BCPS-TV intern. Photographs by Dan Fleming, Grade 10 student, Hereford High School.
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