Semo Prom Mothers Coordinator

These last minute shoppers found their dream prom dresses just 2 days before prom!

Prom Season is finishing up and the local chapter of Becca’s Closet (Semo Prom Mothers of Cape Presbyterian Churches) is closing shop for the summer. Attached is a list of how far the girls traveled this year for a free semi-formal or formal dress for their special school sponsored event.

After starting the chapter in Jackson at the First Presbyterian Church in the school year of 2016-2017, our annual numbers continue to grow. In 2020-2201 during the height of Covid, Semo Prom Mothers moved to a larger building at Westminster Presbyterian in Cape. It has become a joint mission project with volunteers now coming from both Cape Presbyterian Churches. This year, we closed out with 198 girls coming in and we reached a total of 943 girls in 6 years.

Already in the works for next year, some lucky girl will be the 1000th teen to receive a dress and we want to celebrate that fact when she enters the door!

We would also like to thank Cape Noon Optimist Club for helping to support our mission!

2021-22 Where They Came From

Jackson Cape Perryville. Kelly Portageville Cobden IL. Chaffee

Winona Sikeston Scott City Meadow Heights Advance. Saxony. DeSoto Delta Oran Shawnee IL. Bell City Marquand. Woodland New Madrid

Charleston Poplar Bluff Clearwater Anna Jonesboro IL Twin Rivers MO Neelyville

Brenda Randolph