2018 Senior Prom Followed the Yellow Brick Road to Priceless Memories, Growth in Building Fund

The much-anticipated 2018 Senior citizens Senior prom was fun for all and blessed with skill, a host of volunteers and many sponsors which ensured a memorable evening. For the 100 guests, there were celebrity photos, lots of prizes, a supper in the middle of style decor, naming of Prom King and Prom Queen, and unique entertainment by the Senior citizen Entertainment Group.The dinner

menu consisted of Chicken Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Providence Vegetables, Corn, Roll, Apple Cobbler and Homemade Ice Cream prepared and served by James Weatherman, Tammy Templeton, Celia Templeton, Tiffany Jones, Stephen Jones and Pamela Johnson

2018 Ms. Hopkins County Elder Mary Ivey (left) with Senior prom King Charles Hill and

Al Bass

Senior Prom Queen Dana Mericle L. to R. Al Bass, Gene Crist, Patsy Crist, Nancy Bolton, Karon Weatherman, Lavonne Elam, Betty Holden, Deana Hasten and

Vender Wright.After supper, Mary Ivey, 2018 Ms Hopkins County Elder crowned the 2018 Senior prom King and Queen Charles Hill and Dana Mericle. Following more enjoyable and video games, it was time to be seated for the home entertainment program by the regional Senior citizen Entertainment Group. With the theme of “The Wizard of Oz”, a 25 minute spoof which was a condensed variation of the traditional film starred Lavonne Elam as Dorothy, Patsy Crist as Scarecrow, Deana Hasten as Tin Man, Nancy Bolton as Glenda the Great Witch, Betty Holden as Cowardly Lion, Vender Wright as The Terrific and Powerful Oz, Karon Weatherman as the Wicked Witch of the West, Al Bass as Storyteller and Gene Crist as Noise Man.You can see at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awMupj7AKQU!.?.!The Senior Entertainment group also made and donated 5

Gorgeous Present Baskets which were raffled off during the Senior prom. All Earnings were contributed to the Senior Citizens Building Fund. The Raffle Baskets raised$ 531.00
. The Senior People Building Fund now stands at $ 38,630. Prom Sponsors were Murray-Orwosky Funeral Home, Caring Transitions of Nor Tex, Sulphur Springs Health and Rehab., Clear Captions, Caring Hearts Hospice and United Health Care.United Health Care took images of everybody as they came in and printed and framed them to hand out prior to they went home.Some of the door prizes were contributed by some of the Hopkins County Marketers Association.

Almost everybody went house with a Door Prize.Volunteer Hillis Bass painted and made all of the wall and table decors Inning Accordance With Karon Weatherman, Senior Citizens Center Director, local senior citizens are encouraged to make strategies now to go to the 2019 Senior prom next summer!The post

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