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Project Prom 2011 will be the 26th annual after-prom party offered for Cooperstown Central School seniors and their dates. This event is held at the Clark Sports Center immediately after the prom and provides a fun-filled night of entertainment, food, games and a variety of activities in a safe, drug- and alcohol-free environment.
Project Prom is organized and run by parent volunteers and is funded through donations from families, friends and our community. Please consider making a contribution to Project Prom 2011. Our committee is working hard to provide a safe and memorable night for our students.
Send donations payable to: Project Prom 2011, 678 County Highway 26, Fly Creek, NY 13337.
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