Princesses get royal treatment

Part of the Princess for a Day event held on Saturday was learning a dance for the pageant held at the end of the event. For more photos, click on the blue button below.

It’s every little girl’s dream to be a princess for a day. On Saturday, June 22, Community Education realized that dream for 15 little girls who got the chance to be princesses for a day at Hilltop Hall.
And boy did they get the royal treatment. The girls, who were pre-kindergarten to grade three, received sparkly crowns and had their nails, hair and makeup done. They decorated their own sashes and princess picture frames, and learned how to walk on stage and wave royally.
Something new at this year’s event: the girls tippy-toed, twirled, smiled, and blew kisses in a cute choreographed dance by Marisa Rotter, to the Cinderella song, “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes”. 
Helping the Princess trainees were the Kolacky Royalty Queen Chelsey Skluzacek, First Princess Bailey Gare, Second Princess Kayla Malecha, Miss Congeniality Alyssa Bergs and a team of volunteers who took photographs of the little princesses with the Kolacky Royalty for the bejeweled picture frames.
The glue barely dried, and the dance was barely perfected at the end of the two-and-half-hour event that cumulited with a pageant. As each little princess walked on stage in her best princess dress, Skluzacek read a brief biography on each girl before they performed the royal wave and the choreographed dance.
Royal snacks were served at the end of the event.
Contributing to the event were Classic Creations, Herrmann Drug and Dorothy Trnka/Avon.