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Prom Fashion Show Benefits Gov. Livingston Class of 2015 and Project Graduation

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2015 Prom Fashion Show benefits Class of 2015 and Project Graduation. Chaired by Anjali Mehrotra. Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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Credits: Lori Ruggiero
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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Gov. Livingston 2015 Prom Fashion Show was held Friday, Feb. 20 to benefit the Class of 2015 and Project Graduation.

The event showcased the newest prom fashions supplied by La Belle Boutique of Berkeley Heights, Lord & Taylor of Westfield and Adams Fine Clothing For Men of New Providence -- modeled by 30 members of the Gov. Livingston Class of 2015 and six teachers. Emcees were Amanda St. Clair and Josh Quinn.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-MjDHuzyls&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop
Video Credits: Dominick Milano

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The models hair and make up was provided by Stephanie Skidmore for MaryKay, Karen Bandics and Becki Hayes for Younique, Tracy Stevenson Hair Design, Esperanza'a Salon and Spa of Summit, Skin Deep Salon and Spa and Sublime Salon & Day Spa.

There was generous support from the Berkeley Heights and Mountainside Communities with over 40 raffle baskets and grand prizes. 

The proceeds raised from admission tickets and raffle baskets will be split 50/50 to the Class of 2015 to defray prom costs and Project Graduation which is the all-night, alcohol and drug-free celebration for the graduating seniors.

Project Graduation receives no funding from the school budget.  The money is raised through fundraisers, grants, business, professional and parent donations along with participant contributions.

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