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Pony Tale's open

| Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Pony Tale's, a party salon offering a variety of theme parties for girls and young ladies, has opened at 517 Schoonmaker Ave. in Monessen in the same building as Bunny's Beauty Salon.

"If you are looking for a special way to celebrate, that is as special as your child, Pony Tale's party salon is the place for you," owner Jonny Petros said. "We have several different imaginative theme parties to choose from."

Pony Tale's will host parties for birthdays, outings for Brownie and Girl Scout troops or any other special event that you want your child to celebrate with a memorable affair.

"Our affordable, delightful parties are packed with fun and excitement." Petros added. "We include invitations, decorations, table settings that are appropriate for each theme and glamour gift bags. The girls get to dress up with our party accessories, get their nails polished and much more.

"All girls will get to enjoy an activity and have time for cake and presents. Our par-ties will enchant your child into a world of imagin-ation. We want them to have fun and feel good about them-selves."

Special birthday party themes include Cinderella princess, rose blossom tea, Hollywood diva, girls rock, bunny tales and Ya Ya Sisterhood.

In partnership with Bunny's Beauty Salon, Pony Tale's will also provide glamour parties for pre-dance recitals, teen makeover parties, prom glamour parties and bachelorette parties.

"We can make your daughter's special day a memorable one," Petros said. "Call me to set up a time to come in and see our party rooms. We plan your party for you. All you have to do is show up and enjoy the day.

Jonny Petros, party coordinator, can be reached at (724) 797-6391.

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