Seniors from Brewer High School will be kicking up their heels to raise money for Project Graduation later this month. Dancing Through the Decades will feature senior couples performing dances from the 1930’s-to-today, competing for the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy!

It's just $5 to get in and watch the dances. A concession stand will satisfy your sweet tooth while you watch. Then it's time to vote, with each vote costing just  a buck! The couple with the most votes at the end of the evening wins!

All the money raised will benefit the senior class’s Project Graduation, a chem-free evening of all-night fun and entertainment at the end of the school year. The Project Graduation party is held at the Old Town Y and organizer Anne Earle says they have plenty of fun planned!

"Yeah, they'll be able to swim. There will be movies playing," Anne told us. "Throughout the evening, we'll have different raffles and drawings and prizes for the kids to win. Lots of food and snacks that the parents are providing. Oh, and there's going to be a casino night that one of the local organizations puts on for us every year!"

Dancing through the Decades will be held at the Brewer Community School on Saturday, November 30th from 7 to 9pm. For more information, log onto the event's Facebook page.