“We have had a few students from church who have benefited,” Chappel said. “Sometimes the kids are in a bad way and it’s no fault of their own and its always good to have support in education to help them manage school and take care of family.”
Even though his ranking for Prom 2.0 king hasn’t been what he would like, Chappel knows the event is for a good cause.
“If we do raise a good amount of money, I think that’s what Leadership Norman wanted to do,” Chappel said.
Funding from the prom will be used for student’s needs.
“We also have the Jim Agar Bootstrap Scholarship. It is a $2,000 scholarship to higher education. We are using proceeds to fund those scholarships,” Krittenbrink said.