29th Annual Senior Parent Dinner Dance
As a long-standing tradition, Senior Parent Dinner Dance has been one of the highlights of the senior class, and on this past Saturday, Marian Class of 2017 hosted the 29th Annual Senior Parent Dinner Dance. Seniors, parents, host parents, and faculty members all had a blast spending the evening together. It was not only a dance but also an opportunity for the senior class to get together with the graduation soon approaching. Starting from mid-December, Marian Parents Club, faculty members, and the senior class officers came together to make the tradition continue, and even with such a short amount of time for preparation, the event still earned enormous praises from all who attended. Icicles hanging from the windows, snowflakes dancing on the marble floor, white lights on the Christmas trees lighting up the cafeteria, parents joining hands with their seniors and dancing to the rhythm of the touching tunes. The whole place turned into a Winter Wonderland, where love and joy filled everyone’s hearts. When the music died down and the lights came up, everyone realized that Marian Class of 2017 was truly a big family and that everyone was part of the loving community. The dance would eventually be over, but the flame of our class will never die.