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Adult Prom raises nearly $3,000 for Love4Kids

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Above, from left, are Brindley Lowe, Melinda Hart, Joe Hogge, Christy Hogge and Lauren Radabaugh of the Love4Kids Foundation.

On Saturday, January 19, the Love4Kids Foundation sponsored the first “Adult Prom” at the Piankatank River Golf Club in Hartfield. Titled a “A Starry Night, A Gala to Reunite,” the event featured a silent auction, DJ Tommy Gardner, and photos by Portraits by Kristee. Close to 90 people attended the gala raising nearly $3,000 to help the 2019 Junior/Senior Prom at Middlesex High School. Staff Sergeant Michael Pierce and Jody West were named King and Queen for best dressed. 

The Middlesex High School Junior Class and sponsors thank everyone that was involved. The Love4Kids Foundation, Christy and Joe Hogge, and Lauren Radabaugh helped organize a wonderful event. Buzz Lambert, Dawn Ickes and the Piankatank River Golf Club not only provided the perfect venue, but went above and beyond to provide excellent service, a steamer when our irons weren’t working, and food assistance throughout the night.  

We would also like to thank those who donated to the silent auction: Mary Kay Consultant: Kelsey Briggs, Nehinome Creations, Bonded by Beads, Blue Heron Title Company, Papeterie, Merle Norman Cosmetics Consultant: Jennifer Bishop, Brenda Cordle, Jody West, State Farm Agent: Jamie Cornette, Love4Kids Foundation, Melinda Hart, and the Middlesex High School Library.

Guests were also treated to a delicious array of hors d’oeuvres provided by: Love4Kids Foundation, Melinda Hart, Kristee Norwood, Erin Daddario, Penny Reed, Katie Daughtry, Jody West, Melody Brandenburg, Brandy Teal, Candice Mitchem, Stephanie Smith, Ann Morgan, Arviette Underwood, Leslie Jackson, Judy Reinhardt, and Martha Lowe.

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posted 01.30.2019

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