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Cranford High School Fashion Show to Benefit Project Graduation 2016

Members of Cranford High School's senior class will model prom attire at the Senior Fashion Show at Cranford High School on Friday, March 18, at 7:30 p.m.

CRANFORD, NJ - Cranford High School seniors will model the latest prom attire on Friday, March 18, as the annual Cranford High School Senior Fashion Show takes the stage to benefit Project Graduation.

“We Are the Kids of America” is the theme of the fashion show, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Along with modeling prom dresses and tuxedos, the show will feature student dance and musical performances.

An annual Cranford High School tradition, the Senior Fashion Show benefits Project Graduation, a drug- and alcohol-free celebration on graduation night, open to all graduates. Project Graduation and the Senior Fashion Show are organized by volunteers, and supported by the Cranford community.

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More than 140 senior class members will be the fashion models, wearing prom dresses and tuxes loaned by area formal wear stores. Local salons donate their services to provide hair styling for girls. Prom limousines and “party buses” will be on display outside the school prior to the show.

Tickets for the fashion show are $10, and may be purchased at the Cougar Headquarters store on Centennial Avenue; through Cranford High School’s senior class advisors; or through any Cranford High School senior class member.

Cranford High School is located at 201 West End Place, Cranford, NJ, 07016.

For further information on the Senior Fashion Show, please contact Dawn Beresford at  For further information on tickets, please contact Cathy Triano at, or Toni Sprague at will also be available at the door.

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