For most people, prom night is a staple moments of their young lives as a chance to dress up in fancy attire and dance the night away with close friends.
On Thursday, June 19, residents at Pulaski Health and Rehabilitation Center got the chance relive the glory days with a “Second Chance Prom.” Old age no longer mattered as 60 of the center’s residents donned tuxedos and dresses adorned with corsages and boutonnières, and entered the prom that they didn’t get in high school.
“This was something we had been wanting to do for quite awhile,” said Angela Loy, the rehab center’s activities director. “We didn’t know how we were going to do it, but we pulled it together and got it done.”
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