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by Nicholas Griffin:
William Tennent High School
Senior Prom. A scary thought to many, an exciting thought to many others. Senior Prom is often the last school dance many people ever have, so it is important to make it memorable. Making your Senior Prom memorable is actually much easier than you may think. It starts with one simple step, choosing the right date. This one is more for the fellas, so listen up, dudes. Pick either
A) Your girlfriend
B) Your best friend or
C) A date you feel like you would ENJOY BEING WITH.
You’re going to spend most of your night with your date, so make sure your date wants to dance as much as you want to dance, and will also socialize with others as much as you want to as well. Also, if you want to take a girl from another grade or school, feel free to! It’s your time to have fun, so do it with someone you’ll have fun with!
Additionally, if you’re an underclassmen who gets invited to Senior Prom, take it as an honor, whether you are a boy or a girl. Also keep in mind that if you’re an underclassmen attending Senior Prom, this is your date’s last dance, so make sure to make it special for him or her. It’s okay to leave your date to dance with other friends, but there is no worse feeling than being ditched at a dance, so don’t do it.
Ultimately, Senior Prom is the best thing to happen in your Senior Year (besides actually graduating). So just remember, girls, go out and dance like nobody's watching. Guys, don’t dress like a complete idiot, wear something that will make you not vomit 10 years from now when you look at your Prom pictures. Also, take the time out to relax, talk with friends, eat, and utilize the photo booth. Don’t feel too pressured to have fun, just do your thing! Make sure your Senior Prom experience is right for you, and only you!
Congratulations Teresa Barker of William Tennent High School,
Winner of the 2016 Darianna Prom & Tuxedo Prom Event!
Models: Madelyn Murtha, Elizabeth Betz, Teresa Barker, Jamie George, and Isabel Sliwinski
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Very soon prom season will be in full swing and CB Cares is gearing up for their Prom Partners program which is an initiative to bring businesses together to get the message to our youth we care about the choices they make during this time of year. Prom Partners is collaboration between CB Cares and local businesses in the community who experience increased business during the prom-season. Studies show during weekends around prom time, there is an increase of traffic crash fatalities among 15-20 year olds that are alcohol-related and of these fatalities, 72 percent involved a 16-20 year old driver with alcohol in his/her system. This statistic alone was enough to prompt the importance of the message promoted in the Prom Partner program.