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Cancer survivor Julianna Bourassa finds out that her family and local wish donors grant her Christmas wish Dec. 19 by arranging to have her choose a prom dress at Pink Slip in Mokena. Photos by Megan Schuller/22nd Century Media
Staff of Pink Slip and family members of Julianna Bourassa line the hallway Dec. 19 creating a runway for Bourassa to walk down as she tried out prom dresses.
Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School senior Julianna Bourassa shows off a long gown as she struts down the mock-up runway and twirls in front of the mirror to see how she feels in the dress.
After trying on a rack full of dresses chosen by Pink Slip employees Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School senior Julianna Bourassa struts in the one she wants to wear to prom on May 10. Photo Submitted
Megan Schuller, Assistant Editor
3:09 pm CST January 7, 2019
Fairy Godmothers are not the only ones who can grant wishes. Mokena’s Pink Slip Boutique, in partnership with local wish granters from Make-A-Wish, granted a wish Dec. 19 for a Bourbonnais teenager who recently went into remission from an aggressive form of Stage III B Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.