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Seniors will dance under bright lights in the big city

Senior Alex Eible, class president, said seniors won't want to miss this year's prom.

Senior Alex Eible, class president, said seniors won't want to miss this year's prom.

IMAGE / Kate Monreal

Senior Alex Eible, class president, said seniors won't want to miss this year's prom.

IMAGE / Kate Monreal

IMAGE / Kate Monreal

Senior Alex Eible, class president, said seniors won't want to miss this year's prom.

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The end of senior year is rapidly approaching and so is prom.

Senior Alex Eible, class president, encourages all students to attend the prom.

“The senior class officers have put a lot of time and energy into making this prom a good one,” Eible said. “Students won’t want to miss it.”

The prom will be held Saturday, April 28, from 6:30-11 p.m. at the Lapeer Country Club, 3786 Hunt Road in Lapeer, and dinner will be served at 7 p.m.

This year’s theme is Bright Lights, Big City.

Tickets are $45 apiece and each ticket includes dinner, music, photo booth, and a small gift for each student to take home.

Tickets go on sale Monday, April 16. Tickets will be sold during lunch, and the last day to purchase tickets is Friday, April 20.

This year’s class raised enough money to keep ticket prices low.”

— Ms. Kristina Cummings, senior class adviser

Ms. Kristina Cummings, senior class adviser, said it takes a lot of time and energy to put the prom together.

“Fundraising for prom started during freshmen year,” Cummings said. “This year’s class raised enough money to keep ticket prices low.”

Cummings said ticket prices are cheaper than proms at other schools in the area.

“Surrounding schools are double, almost triple our prices,” Cummings said. “Ticket prices are a combination of rent for the room, DJ, and the photo booth.”

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