Senior Prom: Continuing Traditions in a Non-Traditional Way

The coronavirus has put a halt to many milestones, for some that includes the high school senior prom. Our own Stephanie Moody wanted to give her daughter Kelsey as close to that special prom night as she could – so she brought the prom to her home!

Kesley wore her prom dress and the rest of her immediate family all dressed up for a special night of dinner and dancing. They then gathered for photos in the backyard which also included their family dog. And, although it was not a traditional prom, it was certainly a night to remember.

This fall, Kelsey will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute  to study Engineering and play soccer.

 

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