It's time to get ready for school! http://www.prescottenews.com/components/com_jce/editor/tiny_mce/plugins/article/img/readmore.png); color: red; font-family: Tahoma, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; "> With summer half over and the start of school rapidly approaching, it’s time to think about what to wear in the classroom this fall. Do the math! The problem will be solved Saturday, August 3, at Prescott Gateway Mall’s Back to School Fashion Show. The fashion extravaganza will begin at noon in the Food Court with more than 20 area residents from kindergartners to teachers modeling the latest clothes, accessories and fashion statements for the upcoming school year. Moms, dads, family members and friends – be sure to join your school buddies for this free event! No one will want to fail the test on what to wear when the new school year opens! The models will sashay down a runway to DJ Alex from Rovang Entertainment speaking the language of fashion from the best stores in Prescott including: JCPenney, Hot Topic, Calavera Ride Supply, Rue 21, Allie Ollie, Journeys, Christopher & Banks, and Dillard’s. Also, don’t be late for gym class! Summer’s Dance Works is rehearsing routines to showcase its students’ latest steps and dance techniques. Rewards for good behavior are planned throughout the day. You won’t want to miss the prizes offered by Prescott Gateway Mall and its participating stores. The Back to School Fashion Show at Prescott Gateway Mall is the perfect time and place for teens, parents, grandparents and caregivers to plan out their family’s wardrobe for the fall, and then take advantage of all the amazing sales. Be sure that everyone makes the grade for Back to School this year. For more event information, visit www.theprescottgatewaymall.com or contact Guest Services at 928-442-3684. Shop – Dine – Connect at Prescott Gateway Mall, where it’s all about you and yours!
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