Oriental-Themed Prom Success

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Oriental-Themed Prom Success

GRAND ENTRANCE: Dylan Mason and date Navy Southam make a fashionable appearance on the dance floor.

GRAND ENTRANCE: Dylan Mason and date Navy Southam make a fashionable appearance on the dance floor.

GRAND ENTRANCE: Dylan Mason and date Navy Southam make a fashionable appearance on the dance floor.

GRAND ENTRANCE: Dylan Mason and date Navy Southam make a fashionable appearance on the dance floor.

Zachary Sims and Spenecr Larson

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Another year, another successful prom. This year’s prom was held in the aux gym and started at 9 PM with a promenade at 9:15 PM held in the auditorium. Juniors decorated the gym in an oriental theme with cherry blossom curtains strung in the shape of a square to form the dance floor, spherical paper lamps hung around, and flashing lights as well. With tables and refreshments located outside of the dance floor, everybody was able to relax for a while before they went back into party.

Spencer Veigel said, “Honestly, I’ve heard stories of prom being lame, but I was pleasantly surprised with how fun it was. Maybe it was just because of my date, but I thought prom was a good time.”

As per tradition, prom voting resulted in prom royalty with the following results: Max Thompson and Emma Dubiz  Prom King and Queen, Mason Erickson and Jayden Nield as first attendants, and Duncan Elder and Raynee Veigel as second attendants.

Thompson said, “It feels awesome, but I’m just kind of surprised that I won king instead of Duncan or Mason.”

With lots of left over corsages left on the dance floor and Prom pictures posted on social media, prom went down as a success.

 

Here is a gallery of pictures from the dance taken by Kelly Fullmer

 

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