RAHWAY — On Friday, May 10, the students and faculty of Rahway High School presented “A Day in Paris,” a tribute to fashion and song in the “City of Light,” sponsored by YWL (Young Women Leaders) to benefit a local non-profit organization, Healing and Helping Women In Our Communities. The event, which raised nearly $ 1,000, was coordinated, staged, and directed by Annette Gust-Goodman and Rob Kinch, teacher of French. Purchase of an admission ticket gave students entitlement to select one of the donated prom dresses modeled that evening.
Rahway High School teachers Tammy Taggart, Vince Vinci, Annette Goodman, William Picone, and Maria Hennessy as part of a 1960’s singing group at the recent Paris-themed fashion show. (Photo courtesy of Rahway High School)
Rahway High School teachers Toni Robertelli, Vice-principal Mark Cantagallo, and teachers John Marks and Sheila Schmid dance as part of the entertainment at the annual fashion show of prom dresses. (Photo courtesy of Rahway High School)
Rahway High School students singing and dancing as part of the recent annual fashion show. From left, Emily Gottlick, Adams Desir, Sandra Stankiewicz, Max Cabral, Keston Franklin, Charlotte Whitehead, Andre Marques, and Chassidy Medina. (Photo courtesy of Rahway High School)
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