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Kitchiner high school student chases the crown of a duct tape wedding dress

According to the Waterloo Regional Board of Education , the students at Kitchener High School are 10 finalists in the Duck brandduct tape wedding dress. One of them is the competition betweenand the tuxedo.

According to the company's website, Avalon Hagerman spent 127 hours assembling dresses and accessories made using 25 rolls of duct tape.

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On the contest website in the posted video, KCI students say her dress theme is uneasy.

"I was a person suffering from a lot of anxiety, especially during this time of the pandemic," Hagerman explained.

She believes that many other people are involved in her struggle, such as choosing a school or thinking about having to leave home. Told.

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"So I thought I would use this theme in my art," she said. ..

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[Vote Now]@ONEKCIStudent Avalon Hagerman Created a beautiful#PromDressfrom#DuckTape. Avalon is the finalist of the@theduckbrand Stuck-at-Prom contest and she wants to win a $ 10,000 scholarship. 👗

Vote for Avalon's dress today.

— Waterloo Regional DSB (@wrdsb)July 4, 2022

Contest rules require each participant to make a costume from duct tape, and the final candidate chooses depending on how the tape is used to make the costume. Will be done.

A vote will be held on the website to determine the winner of the perfect wedding dress grand prize and the top tuxedo grand prize winner. Each creator will receive a $ 10,000 scholarship.

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