The Chronicle Prom What’s Your Dream Promposal? By Adian Brindley Staff Reporter 2. 1. By Emma Gray Managing Editor “Something with dolphins” Maddie Green junior The junior class wrapped up another successful prom. Prom took place on Saturday, April 27 from 8 p.m. to midnight. This year’s theme was Roaring Twenties. Old fashioned movie lights lined the walkway as dance goes entered the stadium. Cut out swing band members were placed thought the tent. All the decorations were done in gold and black. Junior class members arrived at the event early to help set up. “Setting up was challenging but it was so much fun,” junior Bella Biasillo said. “The wind was killer and it made set-up a lot more difficult than it needed to be. It was really nice to see everything come together and then later on that night it came to life!” “At Chuck E Cheese” Brendan Williams senior Senior Drew Nowland thought the dance decorations did a great job of reflecting the theme. “I really enjoyed the set up,” Nowland said. “It really reminded me of the twenties and a Mardi Gras-feel.” Senior Hannah Cornett loved the venue. “I really enjoyed the set-up of Prom this year,” senior Hannah Cornett said. “The fire pits were a nice touch, and the overall April 2019 Three Proms Prom 2019 is a huge hit tent-placement was really nice and they used the space nicely.” Around 10 p.m. the dance floor cleared for a special performance. Student musicians Garret Heiston, aka Vimski, and Noah Feno, aka Lil Trippp, performed their single “Strawberry Shortcake.” “It was my idea to perform at Prom,” Heiston said. “Ever since Feno and I put it [“Strawberry Shortcake”] out, we have been dying to perform it. I knew that Prom was one of our last chances to perform this together, mainly because it was Feno’s senior prom.” The pair had to work with Karen Frye, prom sponsor, and the DJ, in order to perform that night. “We had to hand over the backing track to Ms. Frye before the dance had started and the rest is history,” Feno said. Heiston thought the performance went well. “Performing with Feno was an incredible opportunity,” Heiston said. “We both carry the same vibes and feed off of each other’s energy all the time. We hang around all the time in and outside of school, so we knew we were bound to perform together at some point.” Heiston said. Feno was also pleased with the performance. “The expe“Anything with food involved.” Monte Saunders senior “It would be cool and romantic to set it up in nature with a sunset and lots of candles.” Richard Meseg senior 3. “I wish to be drowned in a bath of cheese and then pulled out by my one true love and then asked to prom.” Ben Outland junior 8 Prom Preparations 1. Holding on to each other for a picture, juniors Luke Watrous and Claire Walker take pictures before the dance. 2. Having a fun time at the Manassas Battlefields, a group of senior boys hang around before the dance. 3. Using flower’s and a pun, junior Levi Carver asks junior Lily McIntyre to prom. (Left) Being crowned as the 2019 Prom King and Queen, sen Singing to the crowd, junior Garrett Heiston performs “Str Southard smiles at his date. Having a blast at after-prom, stu

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