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Hempfield Senior Citizens Prom lets residents relive high school dance

Megan Tomasic
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Janet and Glenn Snyder of Hempfield Township pose for a photo. The 21st annual Hempfield Senior Citizens Prom is scheduled for April.

It’s a senior prom, but it’s not for seniors in high school.

The 21st annual Senior Citizens Prom gives Hempfield Area School District residents 65 and over the chance to relive their high school days.

“It’s just a wonderful event for seniors to come out and see people they haven’t seen in awhile,” said event organizer Natalie Fetterman.

Scheduled for April 27, seniors can enjoy a basket raffle, photo booth and disc jockey.

Originally a semi-formal event held in Hempfield Area High School’s cafeteria, the prom has grown to between 200 and 300 people each year.

The event costs $10 per person and will be held in the Hempfield Area High School Field House from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

A registration form can be found on the Hempfield Area School District website.

Megan Tomasic is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Megan at 724-850-1203, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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