Stephanie and Samantha Castleberry will make you do a double take. They're sisters with a special bond.
"We look alike," they said.
They're twins to be exact.
"Yes, Yes," they both answered with giggles.
They do just about everything together, and at 20 years old, they're on a prom date with one another at the Hilton in Greenville for the "Come Dream with Me Prom."
"We look good today and I know some of the songs," they said.
Samantha Castleberry is the oldest by two minutes and she embraced her big sister role Friday night as she took the lead on the dance floor.
"We feel great, we feel great," they said.
The twins are able to experience the event because of Sherry Fields, a woman with a vision.
"It's about making dreams come true for kids with special needs," Fields said.
Her daughter, a special needs child, died at 19 years old and never attended the prom. Fields never got to see her daughter in that special dress.
"I don't want that to happen with another mom," she said.
She's the co-coordinator with Family Connection of South Carolina, an organization that supports families with special needs children.
So, she rounded up volunteers who donated their time by making children, young ladies and young men feel special. Some of the girls got new hairstyles and a new nails.
And just to see their smiles made Fields' heart dance. She said her daughter would be proud.
"And she would say, 'That's my mom,'" she said.
Samantha and Stephanie Castleberry got to live the dream.
Students with Virginia College worked on hair and nails for the event and the Greenville Hospital System, Children's Hospital also sponsored the prom.
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