Do you remember the story of Lynzee Travette Ford? She is the young lady from Kilgore High that fought her battle with leukemia with her head held high all the way to the end. Today we celebrate her life.
Prom season is still a couple of months off, but guys in East Texas are starting to ask girls to save those dates now. All guys really need for a great Promposal is one word, and the more over-the-top the presentation is, the better.
Prom season is just around the corner for East Texas high schoolers. Soon girls will be picking out that perfect dress to wear to the big dance while the guys will be fitted for their tuxes. Prom is meant to be a classy event and to serve as a highlight of your high school years but somehow this girl didn't see her high school prom as being classy.
There are a lot of athletes out there who give off the impression that they are all big and bad. People assume that because they play tough, that they are tough off the field. While in some cases that may be true, not everyone is like that, like Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade for example.
Prom season is just around the corner and may high school boys will be intimidated to ask the girl to the prom for fear of rejection and many will just be embarrassed but somehow work up the confidence to ask the young lady to be his date for the special night. Over the past couple of years we've seen teens asking celebrities to be their date for prom by posting invitations and requests on YouTube
It's prom season in East Texas. Maybe you haven't found a dress yet, or you want something that will make jaws drop. If you are in one of these boats, we have a solution. Just make a prom dress out of duct tape. Yes, duct tape. Well, Duck®Brand is giving those who do use their duct tape to create the dress of their dreams a chance to win a $5000 scholarship.
High school senior James Tate decided to go big when he asked friend Sonali Rodrigues to the prom last Friday.
So, in the middle of the night, he taped large cardboard letters spelling out "Sonali Rodrigues, Will you go to prom with me? HMU - Tate" on an exterior wall of Shelton High School in Connecticut. (HMU stand for "Hit Me Up.")