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Adult Prom

Friday Proms aren't usually held to benefit a good cause, unless one considers awkwardness a good cause. Friday's Adult Prom is the exception, as it is raising money to pay for more training for the Community Transition Interagency Committee - a ...

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Proms aren't usually held to benefit a good cause, unless one considers awkwardness a good cause. Friday's Adult Prom is the exception, as it is raising money to pay for more training for the Community Transition Interagency Committee - a collaboration of public and private entities that works with students ages 14 to 21 who need help adjusting to adult life. The age range made the $30-a-head prom-themed benefit a perfect fit, says Phyllis Reller, a Clay County social worker and organizer of the fundraiser. Don't worry, it's still a prom. Formality is encouraged, a photographer will be on hand for portraits under an arch, corsages will be sold, and a band and a meal are included. No need for old-school bottle smuggling. A cash bar will be available. It starts at 6 p.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott in Moorhead. (218) 299-7077.

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