by Hailey Dodds/Staff Writer
Peyton Bousman, 11, displays the hair style she will likely sport at Prom.
Greenfield Central students are preparing for yet another wonderful night of Prom, the occasion that has students talking, and posting about, for months before and after. The promposals get more creative every year. Brooke Mills, 12, was asked by a Mount Vernon senior, Kameron Sergent, with a Harry Potter theme. There were vintage suitcases and a cage with a white owl inside. Inside the cage were notes asking her to prom. Brooke accepted the promposal.
Peyton Bousman, 11, was asked by Cory Charbeneau, 12, with the help of GC Theatre members, considering both Peyton and Corey are theatre members. Peyton also accepted the promposal. GC senior Christopher Churchill asked Delonie Blake, 10, with her favorite candies and roses. Delonie had no problem accepting Chris’ promposal.
Before the night of festivities and couples wearing gorgeous dresses and handsome suits, reservations need to be made, outfits need to be bought, and possibly the most stressful part of all for the ladies, is hair and makeup.
Mills and Sergent plan on attending GC prom in dark purple and black. According to Brooke, she was “going for something big.” She “saw the purple and black and absolutely fell in love.” Bousman and Charbeneau have picked to wear gold and black. When shopping for a dress, Peyton “stumbled upon it by accident.” She found her dress in January. Her dress is a two piece cream and black dress. Churchill and Blake have agreed on a combination of yellow, white, and pink for their colors.
As far as reservations go, Mills and Sergent have picked a uniquely different choice of restaurant- Waffle House. Bousman and Charbeneau have decided to go to Buca di Beppo. Blake and Churchill will be going to an undecided place.
This will be Mills’ second time attending prom at Greenfield, her first with Mount Vernon. Mills says, “I think it will be fun. I’ll get to meet some new people including Kameron’s friends.” It is also Bousman’s and Charbeneau’s first time going to prom, an anticipated date for most juniors.