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Special needs students from throughout the Racine Unified community will celebrate prom Sunday at Festival Hall.
“A Night to Remember” kicks off with a red carpet arrival, and district leaders are asking for a large crowd to cheer these students as they arrive for their special night.
We found the announcement on the Washington Park High School Facebook page:
“We are looking for volunteers to stand outside and make crowd noise for the participants as they enter festival hall. All you have to do is cheer and cheer loudly!!!!”
Our friends at Racine Uncovered are reporting that the crowd should arrive by 4:15 p.m. at Festival Hall, 5 Fifth Street.
The dance runs from 6 to 8:30 p.m.