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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

April 16, 2018

Hearts With hope

50 Shades of Prom

Woonsocket, RI - May 19, 2018   Hearts With Hope, Inc. announces their third annual adult prom, “50 Shades of Prom” on May 19th at Savini’s Pomodoro, 476 Rathbun St., Woonsocket, RI.  Tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple.  Family style chicken will be served, music provided by DJ Christian, prom photos will be available, and a prom king and queen will be announced at this formal event.   

“Our prior adult proms were a huge success for those who never attended a high school prom and for those who would simply like to do it again”, said Hearts With Hope President, Wayne Demers.

Tickets are available by calling Co-Chair Stacy Lacroix, 481-1517 or Co-Chair Katherine Heroux, 442-4742.

The Hearts With Hope mission is to raise money for the benefit of Woonsocket High Alumni and/or their immediate families who have been diagnosed with a serious medical condition or suffered a catastrophic life event and have demonstrated a need for financial assistance.

Hearts With Hope has held many successful fundraisers such as Who’s Got Talent, Battle of The Classes, Rock Out The Cancer among other events.  Upcoming events include Paint & Vino, Rock Out The Cancer, Creeps Car Show, among other fundraisers.

If you would like to become a member of Hearts With Hope, visit us on Facebook.

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