Prom time at Mainland

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Why drive to your friend’s house for prom photos when you can take a wave runner? Senior Hunter Hurst heads to a friend’s home for pre-prom pictures with her date Morgan Bryant. Why drive to your friend’s house for prom photos when you can take a wave runner? Senior Hunter Hurst heads to a friend’s home for pre-prom pictures with her date Morgan Bryant.  

LINWOOD – Hair, nails, makeup, done; flowers and boutonnières ready, check; and by about 6 p.m. Friday, June 6 it was time to head off to the Mainland prom. The big event has been months in the planning and shopping stages.

There were cameras snapping and limos zipping all across Linwood, Northfield and Somers Point Friday evening, as several hundred guys and gals got ready for the year’s big prom.

Held at the Sheraton Atlantic City, the hotel provided the perfect back drop for the annual formal event. Everyone is a star on prom night.

It was busy in the Walls home in Somers Point on Friday as senior Morgan Walls and her younger brother Owen, a sophomore, were both rushing to get ready for the prom. It was busy in the Walls home in Somers Point on Friday as senior Morgan Walls and her younger brother Owen, a sophomore, were both rushing to get ready for the prom.

On the high bluff at Kennedy Park in Somers Point before heading to the MRHS Prom are Justin Decker, Jayde Bergdorf, Nick Waugh, Lexi Mato, Kelly Richards, Kieran Passmore, Jules Keenan and Cullen Resch. On the high bluff at Kennedy Park in Somers Point before heading to the MRHS Prom are Justin Decker, Jayde Bergdorf, Nick Waugh, Lexi Mato, Kelly Richards, Kieran Passmore, Jules Keenan and Cullen Resch.

Mint green is perfect for seniors Danielle Malamut of Linwood and Nick Droboniku of Northfield. Mint green is perfect for seniors Danielle Malamut of Linwood and Nick Droboniku of Northfield.

 

 


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