It took a while, however a 97-year-old lady in Rhode Island lastly bought to go to the promenade.
Helen Danis, of West Warwick, did not attend her senior promenade as a youngster as a result of she could not afford it. The merchandise was one thing she by no means checked off her bucket checklist — that’s, till her granddaughter stepped in.
Danis’ granddaughter, Julie Huddon, acquired permission to carry her grandmother to the promenade of Pilgrim Excessive Faculty — the varsity Huddon’s son attends — on Friday, WJAR reported.
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Huddon informed the information outlet that Danis “talked about a pair instances about not having the ability to go to her promenade.” And so, full with a “promposal,” she requested her grandmother to attend the promenade along with her.
“Will you be my promenade queen and go to senior promenade with me?” the invitation learn.
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The 2 attended the promenade collectively on the Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston, and had an exquisite time. Danis, amid the dancing and enjoyable she had, was even named the honorary promenade queen.
“I really feel blessed that I can share a few of her reminiscences, and I am going to all the time keep in mind this night time,” Huddon stated.