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Tonight We See the Light: A Prom to Remember

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Anthony Vang

 

     Everyone was excited for Prom as soon as they heard about the theme. A Disney’s Tangled-Inspired prom was going to be an amazing way to finish the high school experience for many seniors, and everything was set for the night to be perfect. 

     The weather, however, disagreed. The day of prom, right as people were getting ready, It began to rain and hail, with thunder, lightning, and high speed winds. For Keni Bonner, a Junior at PV, it threw a wrench in her and her friends’ plan to take photos outside on a warm may afternoon. Even as the rain began to stop and the clouds began to part right as people lined up for the dance, she says that the “floor was still wet outside the Butte Creek Country Club, making “a lot of people’s dresses wet”.

     As the storm died down, the dance was just beginning. Brendyn England, a guest at the dance, says one of the most memorable parts of the dance was the “crowd itself”, seeing “at least 5 or 6 people crowd surfing over the course of the night.” Vivid lights and rhythmic beats set the scene for everyone to dance to their hearts content, dressed their best. 

     That night, the final vote was made for the 2024 Prom King and Prom Queen, with the positive news ending the night on a good note, leaving the Class of 2024 excited for what comes next.

Anthony Vang

 

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Alexis Oliver
Alexis Oliver, Staff Writer
A junior at Pleasant Valley High School, Alexis Oliver is joining the Saga Newspaper this year to further her passion in all things language. Studying Spanish, Japanese, and American Sign Language, Alexis loves linguistics and enjoys reading books and writing poetry and short stories in her free time, as well as dabbling in gardening and giving back to the community via volunteering. Hoping to pursue linguistics into adulthood, Alexis plans on teaching English across the world, and continuing to teach languages upon her return to the U.S.
Anthony Vang, Photographer
A freshman from Pleasant Valley High School. Anthony Vang is delighted to start his first year in the Saga Newspaper club! He is very bright and tolerant towards his peers and staff members. Anthony makes sure to do his work in a clear and self-sufficient manner, and tries to get his work finished before deadlines. But that doesn't mean he is not willing to help others who are in need of studying or a little tutoring work with their assignments. Anthony loves seeing the bright smiles and laughter of those he can call his friends. Moreover, Anthony wants to help those who aren't so fortunate enough to stand on their own and for the world to hear their voice. If you see Anthony in the hallways or the Quads don't be afraid to say "hello" to him.

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