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Lambert High School DECA prom fashion show is Friday

POSTED: February 9, 2017 2:00 a.m.

Students prepare for the annual DECA Prom Fashion Show, titled “Flashback Friday.”

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Lambert High School will look more fashionable Friday, thanks to DECA, the school’s marketing and business club.

The club is holding its seventh annual Prom Fashion Show, titled “Flashback Friday” at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Feb. 10.

The show will begin in the 1950s and work its way through the early 2000s through four scenes, with the female models wearing dresses from Rsvp Prom and Pageant in Johns Creek during scenes three and four.

Rsvp Prom is also providing tuxedos for the male models.

Proceeds from the show’s “top model” award will go to the American Cancer Society.

“Two of our DECA Competitors, Laura Hancher and Ari Vlajk, chose to work with the American Cancer Society for their DECA Community Service Manual this year,” said Amanda Sheridan, Lambert’s DECA chapter advisor. “Cancer hits so close to home with many of us [and] we will be showing a video of an interview they conducted with one of our very own teachers, Kerry Langley, who has battled cancer before intermission at both shows.

“We are really excited to show off our props we’ve been working on for months. Tshis show will be fun for all age groups. The music for each scene will be familiar music from the decade and we also have the Lambert Dance Company performing and a guest singer.”

Tickets will be sold for $7 at the door.


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