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Mikayla Braden, 17, tries on a pink chiffon dress at the prom dress give-away at the Elks Lodge in Grand Junction Saturday.
Cheryl Whitehurst and Carla Purcella collected more than 1,300 dresses for young women this year. They have been organizing this event in the Grand Valley for seven years.
The girls could get their dresses altered at the event free of charge.

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