- Associated Press - Friday, April 5, 2019

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) - Hurricane Michael forced the cancellation of homecoming for Florida’s Bay High School, but thanks to a community effort the 2019 prom is all set.

This week students from the high school in Panama City hauled wall dividers, tables, chairs and dance floor pieces to a large travel trailer. It will be assembled at a donated venue where the “Enchanted Garden” themed prom will take place this weekend.

The October storm destroyed the venue the school had planned to use for the prom.

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The school’s student government adviser Megan Todd tells the News Herald that fundraising came to a “screeching halt.”

Clay Keels, owner of Signature Weddings and Events, says the community pitched in because “everybody wanted it to be a great prom for the kids.”

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