Indiana Boy Takes Great-Grandma To Prom

Prom is a right of passage that includes the perfect dress, the perfect date and memories to last a lifetime.

Katie Keith has already been to one prom. 

“I even went to mine back in 1940,” she said. 

Then the dance was a waltz and the dress was less elaborate. 

“Nobody had formals,” she said. “We all just went in our going-to-church dresses and what we had.”

On Friday it was great-grandson Drew’s turn at Crothersville Junior-Senior high. 

“She asked me if I was going to prom and I said no,” said Drew Holm. “She’s like, ‘Why not?’ and I was like, ‘I don’t have anyone to take and I could care less about it.'”

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