Thank you from Senior Prom organizers

Thanks to dozens of local businesses and volunteers, the 10th Annual “Senior-Senior Prom” was a great success!  Over 150 seniors enjoyed fabulous food, fun, music, dancing and fellowship at Culpeper Christian School on April 28th.

Aging Together wants to thank the following for their support and hard work in making the Senior Prom such a wonderful event:

The Arbors of Culpeper, Hope In-Home Care, Home Instead Senior Care, Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services, Visiting Angels, Grace Retirement Village, Heartland Hospice, New Century Hospice, Culpeper Star Exponent, BRIDE & JOY, Pastor Brad Hales, Culpeper Town Police and Law Explorers, Options, THEATRICAL ARTS, VFW Post 2524, Daisy Girl Scout Troop 1811, Brownie Girl Scout Troop 6230, Healthy Culpeper, Breeze Printing, Pepperberries, Culpeper Home Medical, Culpeper Safeway, Culpeper Walmart, Orange Parks & Rec, Oliver Lohr/DJ, Culpeper Christian School, Ian Clark & Wayne Dodson, It’s About Thyme, Miss Minerva’s Team Room, Culpeper Machine & Supply, Culpeper Renaissance, Pepsi Cola of Warrenton and Reformation Lutheran Church.

And, we couldn’t have done it without our Prom Committee:  Mary Ellen Clark, Gina Mullins, Liesa Dodson, Ashley Armstrong, Brittany Jenkins, Denise Walker, Brooke Chumley and Lola Walker.

Carol Simpson and Ginny Biggs, Aging Together

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