Lebanon HS holds annual 'Daylight Prom' for special needs kids - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Lebanon HS throws prom for teens with disabilities

LEBANON, OH (FOX19) -

Local high school students held a very special prom on Friday.

Lebanon High School hosted 165 young people for its annual 'Daylight Prom', thrown for teenagers with disabilities.

Organizers say the event began six years ago and has continued to grow each year.

For Daylight Prom 2013, the school received corporate and community sponsors to help pay for professional catering, as well as a DJ.

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