Friends Freya Coffey, left, and Bella Ghirardo, both seniors at Tri-Cities Prep, try on homecoming dresses Saturday during the Exchange for Change program at the Cynergy Center in Kennewick. The program, run by area high school students, works with Dresses for Hope and the Faith, Hope & Love Foundation to make sure every young girl has a chance to attend homecoming or prom in the dress of their dreams. They will hold another event in the spring for prom season.
Friends Freya Coffey, left, and Bella Ghirardo, both seniors at Tri-Cities Prep, try on homecoming dresses Saturday during the Exchange for Change program at the Cynergy Center in Kennewick. The program, run by area high school students, works with Dresses for Hope and the Faith, Hope & Love Foundation to make sure every young girl has a chance to attend homecoming or prom in the dress of their dreams. They will hold another event in the spring for prom season. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Friends Freya Coffey, left, and Bella Ghirardo, both seniors at Tri-Cities Prep, try on homecoming dresses Saturday during the Exchange for Change program at the Cynergy Center in Kennewick. The program, run by area high school students, works with Dresses for Hope and the Faith, Hope & Love Foundation to make sure every young girl has a chance to attend homecoming or prom in the dress of their dreams. They will hold another event in the spring for prom season. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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September 17, 2016 05:03 PM

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