Wallkill Valley High hosts senior citizens prom


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  • Joan Stolarz and Lou Villalobos were crowned the Prom Queen and King at the 2014 FBLA Senior Citizens’ Prom on April 11.




  • Senior citizens enjoyed dinner and dancing at the FBLA Senior Citizens’ Prom.



The Wallkill Valley Regional High School Chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) hosted a Senior Citizens’ Prom on April 11 in the high school cafeteria from 6-9 p.m.

About 100 senior citizens attended.

The Prom Committee solicited food donations from the members and the local business community, including Newton Weis, Sparta Stop ‘n Shop, Franklin ShopRite, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Lietz.

The cafeteria was decorated in a ‘50s Sock Hop theme.

Samantha McCurry served as chairperson and 31 additional FBLA members assisted and participated at the event. FBLA parents Sandy McCurry and Kathy McKenna provided a tremendous amount of service in assisting chapter members.

Andrew Millar served as disc jockey for the evening. Door prizes were awarded; Joan Stolarz and Lou Villalobos were crowned the Prom Queen and King.


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