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Prom Styles, Student Models Shine in NCDAA Fundraiser

High school students posed in formalwear from Caché and Men’s Wearhouse following the Prom Fashion Show on April 6, a fundraiser for NCDAA held at the North Suburban YMCA.
High school students posed in formalwear from Caché and Men’s Wearhouse following the Prom Fashion Show on April 6, a fundraiser for NCDAA held at the North Suburban YMCA.

Local high school students took to the runway on April 6 in a glamorous Prom Fashion Show to benefit Northbrook Citizens for Drug and Alcohol Awareness (NCDAA). Over 30 students modeled formalwear provided by Caché and Men’s Wearhouse, with hairstyling and make-up donated by Red Door Salon. Glenbrook North Principal Dr. Paul Pryma entertained the audience as Master of Ceremonies. The event was held at the North Suburban YMCA, celebrating the second year of this special annual event.

NCDAA is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit community organization, dedicated to the prevention of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use by our youth. NCDAA's mission "Version 2.0" is to foster communication within families and the community. NCDAA works with leading community groups and experts to coordinate family and community prevention efforts, and sponsors a wide variety of speakers to educate youth, parents, and teachers about emotional and physical health. NCDAA is an independent agency partnering with the North Suburban YMCA's Family Life and Education Department. For more information about NCDAA programs, contact Sari Glazebrook, sglazebrook@nsymca.org. 

About the North Suburban YMCA
The YMCA is a not-for-profit entity and relies on donations to make services accessible for all families and individuals. All board members are community volunteers, who donate their time, talents and financial resources. Located at 2705 Techny Road in Northbrook, the YMCA has served area families in its fifteen-city region for over 45 years. The Y is about youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, providing programs and services that meet the needs of our community and are accessible to all. For more information or to make a donation, call Barb Flanagin at 847-272-7250, or visit www.nsymca.org.

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