Putting ‘Senior’ into Prom Night

Sarah Baker and Cally Pope visit with a Juliette Fowler resident at the prom. — Courtesy Photo

Community Contribution

The phrase “senior prom” took on new meaning April 2 when members of Lakehill Preparatory School‘s National Honor Society hosted a prom for residents of the Juliette Fowler Home.

Led by NHS President Katherine Crocker, Lakehill students hosted an age-appropriate event that put a little pep in the step of their attendees.

The residents enjoyed listening to swing dance music and chatting with the students. Everyone could be prom king or queen as students helped the residents decorate their own paper crowns. A game of trivia followed.

According to NHS member Scout Garnsey, the multi-generational event was a huge success.

“The entertainment was perfect for our audience,” she said. “We all had a great time.”

Thanks to Gigi Ekstrom, director of marketing and community relations at Lakehill, for providing the words and pictures.


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