East FFA gives the royal treatment


Miami East-Miami Valley CTC FFA host its ninth annual “Princess for a Day” fundraiser at the Miami East High School Saturday. Miami East High School sophomore Paige Pence paints a design on one of the 44 princesses who attended the event. Each princess had their nails, make-up and hair done by the FFA students. The event raised more than $400 for the March of Dimes organization which benefits premature infants and mothers.

Miami East-Miami Valley CTC FFA host its ninth annual “Princess for a Day” fundraiser at the Miami East High School Saturday. Miami East High School sophomore Paige Pence paints a design on one of the 44 princesses who attended the event. Each princess had their nails, make-up and hair done by the FFA students. The event raised more than $400 for the March of Dimes organization which benefits premature infants and mothers.


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Miami East-Miami Valley CTC FFA host its ninth annual “Princess for a Day” fundraiser at the Miami East High School Saturday. Miami East High School sophomore Paige Pence paints a design on one of the 44 princesses who attended the event. Each princess had their nails, make-up and hair done by the FFA students. The event raised more than $400 for the March of Dimes organization which benefits premature infants and mothers.

Miami East-Miami Valley CTC FFA host its ninth annual “Princess for a Day” fundraiser at the Miami East High School Saturday. Miami East High School sophomore Paige Pence paints a design on one of the 44 princesses who attended the event. Each princess had their nails, make-up and hair done by the FFA students. The event raised more than $400 for the March of Dimes organization which benefits premature infants and mothers.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/09/web1_PFAD_4_cmyk.jpgMiami East-Miami Valley CTC FFA host its ninth annual “Princess for a Day” fundraiser at the Miami East High School Saturday. Miami East High School sophomore Paige Pence paints a design on one of the 44 princesses who attended the event. Each princess had their nails, make-up and hair done by the FFA students. The event raised more than $400 for the March of Dimes organization which benefits premature infants and mothers. Provided Photo