Silly string, bright lights, and high fashion took centre stage at NDDHS on Friday

Kelsey Smith
Nation Valley News

CHESTERVILLE — North Dundas held it’s annual fashion show today to raise money for prom. This was the last of many fundraising efforts held for prom.
Juliannah’s donated 17 dresses for the event and other articles of clothing were provided by the students themselves. Over 20 models strutted their stuff down the catwalk.
A big thank you is owed to the Ms. Poirier and the drama club for setting up ad designing the set. Megan Derrick, Minister of Social Activities, was the main organizer of the event. She as well as others on student council and many other twelfth graders spent countless hours before, during, and after school to plan the annual affair.
As well as formal wear, they depicted fashion trends from the 1950’s to the present. It was a very fun-filled show, where models were spraying water and silly string at audience members.
The Fashion Show has been a big hit for over 10 years and students look forward to it every year.

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