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Junior Auxiliary hosts annual Prom Closet

Prom dresses of all kinds and sizes are available for $15 or less at today's Prom Closet. (Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs) Prom dresses of all kinds and sizes are available for $15 or less at today's Prom Closet. (Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs)
(Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs) (Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs)
(Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs) (Photo source: Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs)
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS (WLOX) -

Any teens looking for the perfect prom dress may just find it today at the Junior Auxiliary of Biloxi-Ocean Springs' annual Prom Closet.

This year's Prom Closet features gently-used long and short formal dresses of all sizes, as well as accessories and shoes. Everything is $15 or less, with proceeds benefiting the Junior Auxiliary.

All attendees at the event will be entered to win a raffle for hair and nail services, gift certificates, and more to help have an amazing prom experience this year.

The event is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Only a limited number of people are allowed in the building at a time to shop so please expect a line and plan accordingly. Trades are not allowed at the Prom Closet.

The event is happening Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Ocean Springs Senior Citizens Center, located at 514 Washington Ave.

WLOX News Now will have more on this event tonight at 6 p.m.

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