Willett, Holmes, Lopez, and Carolyn Hultz ‘22, hold up the photo booth props that they created for the night of Retail Therapy. “[The photobooth] will be in the back lobby with popcorn and water sales to raise money. We are going to have a bunch of props,” said Willett. The girls hope that the photo booth will be a fun activity that will raise awareness for Bridges, a local nonprofit that provides free services to domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence, child sexual abuse, elder abuse, stalking and harassment. Bridges will be the recipient of Retail Therapy’s proceeds.