Thanks to all who made event so special

“C.R.A.B.B. at Oly’s — ‘Wonderess’ Event”

If you thought this was a dining promotion, you’re wrong. It really is Everett’s very best “combo” for experiencing one magical evening of joy, laughter, dancing and fun. Our All Aboard prom was an unbelievable success thanks to the generous donations of the following: Oly’s exquisite Dance Studio, C.R.A.B.B. (classic rock and blues band), Red Umbrella, Broadway QFC, Full Circle Organic Farms, Party City, Marysville Craftmart, The Herald, E.N.D. group, DART/ParaTransit, Barbara’s Floral, Designs by Becky, Men’s Warehouse, numerous bridal shops, local photographers, dance students, chaperones, caregivers, volunteers, and thoughtful members of our community.

Thank you all for adding nutrition, much class, lots of sparkle, and a touch of romance to our celebration.

All Aboard Board Members

Edward Barnhart, Prom Originator

Everett

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