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Royalty For A Night

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Developed by women for women, the Yes She Can Project is meant to encourage, motivate and support women as they strive to liver healthier, more wholesome lifestyles.

This year, the Yes She Can Project partnered with Royalty For A Night on a project to help students make their graduation dreams come true.

Members of the public were invited to donate new or gently worn formal clothing suitable for a high school graduation.

Dionne Baptiste has more in this report.

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