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Marion Boutique hosts Prom Giveaway

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WSIL -- Prom is a magical night for most teens. It's glitz and glamour but can be very expensive. Melise's Boutique in Marion is holding a special "Prom Giveaway" with the complete prom package.

The prize packages include prom dress, salon day (hair cut, nails & eyebrows), flowers, shows and jewelry and spray tan for the girls. For the guys, a tuxedo, salon day (hair cut and beard trimming), boutonniere and dinner gift certificate.

To enter, you can nominate a male and female student you believe is deserving. Entries must be complete a short statement (250 words or less) as to why you think your teen is deserving, outstanding and extraordinary. Entries must be presented by March 2. Winners will be chosen by Saturday, March 10.

Contact Melise's Boutique in Marion at (618) 993-1800.
 

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