MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio - As spring begins so does the start of prom season.
High school students around the country are gearing up their very special night.
A charity called My Fairy Godmother is helping girls find that dream dress on a budget.
My Fairy Godmother provides gently worn or new formal dresses and accessories.
Teenagers packed Southgate Shopping Center in Maple Heights Saturday for a chance to buy a dress for as little as 20 dollars.
Patricia Marbury who organized the event says the mission of My Fairy Godmother is to make sure every Cinderella makes it to her ball.
The prom sale continues Sunday from 9:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. at the Southgate Shopping Center.
Many of the dresses are donated from bridal shops and department stores.
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