Junior civic league Cinderella Ball
“An Unforgettable Moment in Time” will be the theme of the Junior Civic League of Youngstown’s 61st annual Cinderella Ball Friday at Mr. Anthony’s Banquet Center in Boardman.
Nineteen debutantes will be presented during the gala, along with their escorts, who represent several high schools in Trumbull, Mahoning and Cuyahoga counties.
The debutantes are Kaitlynn Grace Anderson of Boardman High School; Briasia Chardai Battle, Liberty High School; Brettazia Tamarra Brown, Austintown Fitch High School; Samara Brown-Eldridge, Austintown Fitch High School; Marissa Roemehl Davis, Valley Christian High School; Chelsea Kellie Hodge, Beachwood High School; Taylor Javey, Cardinal Mooney High School; Addrine Lathaa Johnson, East High School; Jena’ Alexus Johnson, Youngstown Early College; Charlotte Lindsey, Summit Academy; Jaira Emaun Murray, Youngstown Early College; Kiana NicolePickard, East High School; Rayven Lynette Shaw, East High School; Tiasia Shepherd, Liberty High School; Jalyssa Marie Stanford, Youngstown Early College; Cie’l Tierra Faith Vidale, Ursuline High School; Diamond Briann Williams, Canfield High School; Garricka Evon Willis, East High School; and Shaune’ Tylise Yancey, Ursuline High School.
The escorts are Robert Allen, Youngstown Early College; Elijah Anderson, Valley Christian High School; Leon B. Bell, East High School; DeAndrew James Braxton, Cardinal Mooney High School; Tre’von Brown, Warren G. HardingHigh School; Travon Jacaro Burnette, Boardman High School; Aaron Clark, Beachwood High School; Braelin Dante’ Daniels, Youngstown Early College; Jaleel Michael Glenn, Chaney High School; Maurice Edward McElroy, Cardinal Mooney High School; Quincey I. Pettway, Youngstown Early College; Maurice Pickard, East High School; GarrinLamar Clem Ross, Struthers High School; Raymond Shaw III, East High School; Daryl Maurice Smith Jr., Girard High School; John James Spivey III, Liberty High School; James Lee Thomas Jr., East High School; Jeremy Robert Woodberry, Chaney High School alumnus; and Kashon Terrence Wright-Wigfall, East High School.
The pages are Kenneth M. Donaldson II of Valley Christian High School and Lamont Thomas of East High School.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and voting will take place until 7. The formal presentation will begin at 7 p.m.
Local band the Michael Austin Project will provide entertainment.
Frances Curd, president of the JCL, said the Junior Civic League has awarded more than $600,000 to area students.
For more information about the Junior Civic League, contact Curd at 330-360-9164 or at www.juniorcivicleague.org.