By RODNEY D. BOAM
When Amanda Bodily was a senior at Preston High School last year, the Indian cheerleader wanted to recycle formal prom dresses for her senior project.
She hoped to have the support of girls who have attended formal dances or proms in recent years, and she did. The plan was to collect the dresses and put on a fashion show in hopes of selling them. Most of the money would go back to the owners, but a small percentage would go to a charity of her choosing.
She decided the money would go to the Ronald McDonald House.
The Bodily family knew first-hand how special the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) was to people who needed a place to stay while a loved-one was convalescing in a hospital.
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