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Prom Dress Exchange

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COMMERCE CITY, CO. - MARCH 16: Kersey Ruder, a senior at Green Mountain High School, admires her dress while having alterations made by Susan Nixon during the Prom Dress Exchange Corp. event in Commerce City, CO March 16, 2013. With a valid student ID and a suggested $10 donation, teenage girls could chose from 1,356 donated dresses that lined a long hallway at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Kersey's mother, Valerie Ruder, second from right, said, 'it's amazing. The girls can get a beautiful dress and not spend a million dollars. I love that they volunteer for alterations... they're kind people.' (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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COMMERCE CITY, CO. - MARCH 16: Kersey Ruder, a senior at Green Mountain High School, admires her dress while having alterations made by Susan Nixon during the Prom Dress Exchange Corp. event in Commerce City, CO March 16, 2013. With a valid student ID and a suggested $10 donation, teenage girls could chose from 1,356 donated dresses that lined a long hallway at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Kersey's mother, Valerie Ruder, second from right, said, 'it's amazing. The girls can get a beautiful dress and not spend a million dollars. I love that they volunteer for alterations... they're kind people.' (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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March 16, 2013
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Kersey Ruder a senior at Green Mountain High School admires her dress... News Photo 163823310Admiration,Change,Commerce City,Event,Horizontal,Human Interest,Making,Senior Adult,USAPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.COMMERCE CITY, CO. - MARCH 16: Kersey Ruder, a senior at Green Mountain High School, admires her dress while having alterations made by Susan Nixon during the Prom Dress Exchange Corp. event in Commerce City, CO March 16, 2013. With a valid student ID and a suggested $10 donation, teenage girls could chose from 1,356 donated dresses that lined a long hallway at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Kersey's mother, Valerie Ruder, second from right, said, 'it's amazing. The girls can get a beautiful dress and not spend a million dollars. I love that they volunteer for alterations... they're kind people.' (Photo By Craig F. Walker/The Denver Post via Getty Images)