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Dressed to sell

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The Princess Project sold hundreds of items at their Nov. 3 dress sale at Sunbury Hall in North Delta.

The charity, which provides dresses, accessories, makeup and photography for low-income girls graduating high school, raised $3,021 at the fundraiser.

For more information, visit www.surreyprincessproject.ca/

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