Post Prom Walkthrough

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Post Prom Walkthrough

Katherine Mcgrath, Siani Ford-Barkley and Ellie Joseph act like they are driving a car in one of the many musically-themed hallways.

Katherine Mcgrath, Siani Ford-Barkley and Ellie Joseph act like they are driving a car in one of the many musically-themed hallways.

Kirsten Littrell

Katherine Mcgrath, Siani Ford-Barkley and Ellie Joseph act like they are driving a car in one of the many musically-themed hallways.

Kirsten Littrell

Kirsten Littrell

Katherine Mcgrath, Siani Ford-Barkley and Ellie Joseph act like they are driving a car in one of the many musically-themed hallways.

STAFF WRITER Katherine Jaworski and Kirsten Littrell

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More than 500 volunteers helped to prepare and decorate the 20th annual post prom, an event designed to keep over 700 students, mostly juniors and seniors, safe after prom. It takes about 24 hours for the volunteers  to decorate the building, including hallways, bathrooms and gymnasiums. This year’s theme was music. Posters of artists, such as Prince, Ariana Grande and Aerosmith, and musically themed walls featuring festivals such as Made In America and Coachella were on display. As the decorating and set up are finalizing, freshmen and sophomores volunteer to give tours to community members to see all the decorations.

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  • Sophomore Julianna Dolin holds up her sign to lead her tour group.

    Katherine Jaworski

  • Sophomore Julianna Dolin gives elementary school kids a tour of post prom .

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  • Workers and volunteers help set up the cafeteria before post prom begins.

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  • Arrowhead Elementary School students take a tour inside the main gym.

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  • Many visitors walk through the “Black Light Hallway” on a tour.

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  • Adults and children walk through the halls of Methacton Post Prom and take pictures.

    Katherine Jaworski

  • One of the girls bathrooms was themed“P!nk”.

    Katherine Jaworski

  • One section was dedicated to High School Musical designs and decorations.

    Katherine Jaworski

  • People exit the girls gym and continue on with their tour guide.

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  • A visitor takes a picture of the music designs and decorations on the walls.

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  • Freshmen visitors enter the decorated Prince themed bathroom.

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  • A Bruno Mars corner was set up just outside the main gymnasium.

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  • Katherine Mcgrath, Siani Ford-Barkley and Ellie Joseph act like they are driving a car in one of the many musically-themed hallways.

    Kirsten Littrell

  • Cassidy Crenshaw, a junior, models in front a wall inspired by Macklemore’s hit song “Thrift Shop”.

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  • Isha Shah, a junior, participates in a game of Hungry Hungry Hippos.

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  • One of the Beatles themed murals was in the “blacklight hallway”.

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  • Lauren McDonald and Katherine Mcgrath pose with the balloon artist in the “blacklight hallway”.

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  • (from left) Preet Boiwala, Zoe LaPaglia and Elizabeth Kirsch show off their caricature.

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  • Corey Morabito plays a game of pool.

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  • The hypnotist performs one of her shows.

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  • Caitlin Elysia Alano sang a couple of songs in the Hard Rock Cafe themed coffeehouse.

    Kirsten Littrell

  • Summer Elsayed and Brendan Ferradji line up at the starting line for their tricycle race.

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  • Kolin Kirkpatrick and Joey Hatch wait for the inflatable to start moving.

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  • Sarah Hunsicker and Siani Ford-Barkley stand together in front of a wall dedicated to Queen.

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  • Bridget Donnelly-Marchese and Deena Drager enjoy some of the food in the cafeteria.

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  • Camille Conard, a junior, poses with her flamingo hat made by the balloon artist.

    Kirsten Littrell

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