The sixth annual fundraiser for the Prom Fairies, a committee that provides formal wear and accessories to prep students for prom, will take place this Sunday in the Alexander Galt High School cafeteria. “It’s always a fantastic time,” said Nancy Gray, one of the organizers of the event. “We never have a target, we’re happy with whatever we get,” Grey said. The committee has already purchased a few dresses, and Grey said there has been a steady flow of donations to the Prom Fairies’ closet. “There’s no reason a student can’t find a dress in our closet,” Grey said, adding the committee has a seamstress on hand to help with alterations. This year, there are 17 students on the list for some prom primping. Because of the popularity of the initiative, the Prom Fairies committee, which started with Grey and Wanda Evans, has grown with the addition of Judy Williams and Louise Tardif. The group has also had to change locations from The Hut, which used to host the annual bingo event, to the Galt Cafeteria. “It was too crowded,” Grey said, wanting the participants to have some room to move. When they made the move to Galt last year, they packed the cafeteria and hope for a similar turnout this year. See full story in the Friday, April 6th edition of The Record.