Dancing was the main attraction at the Pierce City High School Senior Citizens Prom. Music was provided by Fred Lacy and the Matadors. Line dancing was very popular, providing activity for those without dance partners. Seniors like Sharon Eveland, at center, taught the dance steps to the teenagers.
[Times Photos by Murray Bishoff]
Pierce City High School's 13th annual Senior Citizens Prom was held in the school cafeteria on Sunday.
The event was sponsored by the PCHS National Honor Society, which decorated the cafeteria with balloons and decorations from the school prom on Saturday.
Weiser Tent provided tables and chairs. The students provided refreshments and danced with the seniors.
Fred Lacy and the Matadors provided the music at the Pierce City High School Senior Citizen Prom on April 29. Vocalists Janie Miller, at center, and Jennie Bryant, at right, provided close harmonies on "Blue Spanish Eyes." [Times Photo by Murray Bishoff]
Students danced with seniors to keep the dance floor busy at the Pierce City Senior Citizens Prom.
[Times Photo by Murray Bishoff]