How to Find Frozen Dolls, Dresses and Party Supplies by Using Your Mobile …

How to Find Frozen Dolls, Dresses and Party Supplies by Using Your Mobile …
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You’ve seen the movie in theaters. You’ve watched the DVD (over and over). You’ve listened to the soundtrack (over and over). Disney’s Frozen is not just a popular movie, it is also a major headache for a lot of parents. The movie is so popular that retailers are struggling to keep any Frozen merchandise in stock.

Frozen is predicted to be one of the top Halloween costumes this year. If you’re not going to sew your own Anna or Elsa dress you better grab one now! Anna and Elsa costume dresses are already selling out, and they will be impossible to find come October. Even birthday party supplies such as dessert plates, napkins and party favors are nowhere to be found this year. And of course, Frozen dolls, playsets and everything in-between is are also gone from retail shelves and online stores. Thankfully there is an app that can help parents locate hard to find Frozen products for upcoming birthdays, Halloween and so on.

Whohas.it is a free product location service that alerts you via email or mobile alert when a hard to find item is in stock. The website and

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2014 Avery High’s After-Prom Party Fuels Plans for 2015
News from High Country Press:

June 13, 2014. Plans for an after-prom party at Avery High School began in the fall of 2013 when the members of the ACHS Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) and Advisor Cheri Frye, began a process to challenge students to make safe decisions.

Diligent work from students, staff and community resulted in winning an award of $ 25,000 grant from Celebrate My Drive sponsored by State Farm.  Avery County High School competed in the small school category, was able to rank second placing them in the top 50 among all other high schools in the nation.  Some of these funds were used for the after prom event; other monies were used for scholarships. In addition to the Celebrate My Drive Grant, Avery Schools received a donation of $ 3,000 from High Country Alcohol Beverage Control Board as seed money to begin planning the spring event.

The After-Prom Party took place immediately following the Avery High School prom on Saturday, April 26, 2014 to offer students a safe environment and exciting activities.  This even…………… continues on High Country Press

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