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Stuck in Vermont: Plato’s Closet Prom Dress Benefit for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta 

Episode 573

Plato’s Closet is a family-run used clothing store in Williston — and recently, co-owner Roberta Hipes has been organizing charity events to give back to the community. The latest venture was a Saturday prom dress benefit for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, a camp for kids who have or have had cancer. The event raised almost $1,000, and 134 gowns will be donated to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta for their annual formal.

Shooting date: 4/6/19

Music: Kevin MacLeod, "Malt Shop Bop"

This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by

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