Credit where credit’s due for successful Belmont grad events

Truly a night to remember fondly, for grads, and parents.

We wish to wholeheartedly thank Darlene Younger and her amazing crew of volunteer organizers for a phenomenal 2012 Belmont secondary school prom. By all accounts, the dinner was great, the photo booth and dance a lot of fun, and the ‘Enchanted Forest’ theme was, well, enchanting.

Also, we would like to thank Principal Carl Repp and his dedicated admin team, for organizing an outstanding dry grad, giving our kids a choice for a more wholesome evening of celebration, which included bowling, mini golf, laser tag, rock climbing, a mechanical bull, breakfast and prizes for all.

Last, but certainly not least, we would like to thank all of the parent volunteers who helped make both events happen.

Truly a night to remember fondly, for grads, and parents.

Karyn Woodland and Joel Ussery


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