It was an unusually hot day which made taking prom pictures that much harder, especially for anyone wearing a suit and tie! Luckily, the evening cooled down a bit. The seniors took a bus from school to the prom site.
This year, it was at the New England Aquarium! A mediocre dinner was served there and entertainment included music but very little dancing. My son said that the tanks were limited to just one or two floors which made it crowded.
After the prom itself, the buses returned to the high school for a supervised after-prom party in the gym. When I saw my son the next day, he said that prom was fun. That was it. Boys can be brief with their descriptions!
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p.p.s. His oldest sister’s prom photos
p.p.s. His middle sister’s Junior Prom photos. She had not prom due to Covid-19 (The class of 2020 had many things canceled).
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