by Isaiah Cordova
The 2017 EHS prom lled up a room at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins with music, lights and dancing on Saturday, April 22. Students dressed to the era and took pictures with various Great Gatsby-styled masks, and black and gold colored candies were served.
At 10 p.m., Zac Lemon, junior one of the many hard-working class advisers, introduced the 12 court members, Sophia Inda, Myiah Scott, Brynn Millett, Bailey Robichud, Tarynn Seig, Stephanie Weigandt (17), Andres Rincon, Kyle Bennett, Bo Naibauer, Micah Dorsey, Anders Swanbom and Tanner Frank (17).
After Frank and Weigandt were crowned King and Queen, the school looked on as they danced the traditional royalty dance. As the night ended, students began to make their way back to Eaton to attend After Prom, where many entered drawings to win thousands of dollars of donated prizes such as televisions, golfing time, tickets to the Greeley Stampede and many more.
Students were entertained by an in atable laser tag arena, a log jump, an in atable obstacle course, hamsterball races, table tennis, painting stations, board games, poker tables, and reruns of TV show Friends.
After-Prom parents worked hard to make sure that all students stayed safe and even provided caffein for the night in a coffee lounge