Anyone have a baby blue colored tuxedo?  In my size?

Is there a resale shop that has ladies formal wear for sale? Probably only going to wear that dress once. But who knows.

Remember Prom?  For some, the memory is more distant

Here’s your chance to relive your Senior Prom. The Eastern Area Agency on Aging presents “Senior’ Prom on Friday September 16th.  This Senior Prom is not just for seniors, it is for 21+ only. And will be a fundraiser to assist EAAA with their older adult programs.

The event will be at Morgan Hill Event Center in Hermon from 6 to 9 p.m.

And for those that would like to kick of the evening earlier with dinner, there will be a limited amount of tickets available for purchase for a Pre-Prom dinner at 5p.m.

The Prom tickets are $50.  Dinner tickets are $25 and available at the Eastern Area Agency on Aging website here

This is an event to dress your best. Formal or Semi-formal. You are going to get your photo taken, so do it up proud


The music for the night will be live.  The Dogs are playing. They’ve played our area for over 40 years, and you know they will make it a very special, memorable night.

Courtesy The Dogs/Soubanh Phanthay
Courtesy The Dogs/Soubanh Phanthay

EAAA is a local non profit organization and all funcs raised from this event will help support the agency’s mission of helping older adults, caregivers, and adults with disabilities with information and access to resources they need to be healthy, engaged and supported in their communities.

Last word about the event goes to Rebecca Kirk, Executive Director of EAAA

Once we hit adulthood, we rarely get the chance to dress up, twirl in a prom gown or wear tuxedos, so we thought it would be fun to create that experience, and invite people to join us for an amazing night out filled will all the fun of prom and none of the sneaking back into your parents’ house.

George + Norma Strait: 22 Cute-as-Heck Photos of the High School Sweethearts

The King of Country Music has a queen, and she's been around since long before he was bestowed that title. George Strait and his wife Norma are high school sweethearts, married since the early '70s.

To country radio station the Bull 100.3, Strait calls Norma "the first girl I ever loved." The two went to high school together in Pearsall, Texas, and "knew each other forever," the country star says.

"I never really even thought anything about her, but then one day, I asked her out, and we went on a date. We didn't see each other for a long time after that," Strait shares. "Then one day, I thought, 'I'm missing the boat here,' and we started dating again."

The Straits eloped in Mexico on Dec. 4, 1971, and then, a few weeks later, held a church wedding in their hometown. Strait joined the United States Army shortly thereafter, with Norma following him to his post in Hawaii. It was there that he began singing with a military-sponsored country music group, though it would take another decade before his first official country single arrived.

"Norma and I are so blessed that we found each other ... and were able to do all of this together, experience this life together, to support each other through everything, good times and bad," Strait tells People. "We do almost everything together ... We love each other and we still like each other. A lot!"

George and Norma Strait have two children together: daughter Jenifer, born in 1972, and son George Jr., nicknamed "Bubba," born in 1981. Sadly, Jenifer died in a car accident at the age of 13, on June 25, 1986.

Over 50 years into their marriage, the Straits are now grandparents to Bubba and wife Tamara's two children: George Harvey Strait III, born in 2012, and Jillian Louise Strait, born in 2016. With "King George" retired from touring (though he's still making new music, often writing with his son, and playing occasional shows), he and his queen have plenty of time to spoil their beloved prince and princess.

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