All dressed for a sale

The Princess Project Society is holding a dress sale on Nov. 3 at Sunbury Hall.

The Princess Project Society is holding a dress sale on Nov. 3 at Sunbury Hall.

The Princess Project Society is holding a dress sale on Nov. 3 from 9:30-3:30 p.m. at Sunbury Hall, 10409 Dunlop Road, North Delta.

The dresses are suitable for tweens to seniors, for events such as graduation, commencement, Christmas parties, cruises and some for everyday wear.

Short dresses are $5, long dresses are $10 and wedding dresses are $50.

Changing room space is limited.

No early birds or pre-sales, and this is a cash-only event.

Surrey-based Princess Project Society provides donated dresses, accessories, jewelry, makeup and photography for 120 South Fraser girls who may not be able to afford them for their spring proms.

For more information, visit www.surreyprincessproject.ca

The society is also entered for consideration for Aviva Insurance Community Funding and needs to get online votes to be eligible. Email addresses are given up to 15 votes. Voting continues until Nov. 5.

Visit https://www.avivacommunityfund.org/users/registration/register

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