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SENIORS: JMHS Class of 2019
ALL NIGHT GRADUATION CELEBRATION
From 11:00p.m. to 5:00a.m., June 7-8
Oak Marr RECenter: 3200 Jermantown Rd., Oakton, VA
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COST = $60 until 2/28/18, $75 until 5/15/18, and $90 up to event
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All Night Grad (ANG) is a drug and alcohol-free celebration held at Oak Marr Rec Center following the graduation ceremony on Friday, June 7 (11pm-5am). This fun-filled, all-night extravaganza is sponsored by the PTSA. Oak Marr is transformed into a teen entertainment venue, complete with a casino, carnival games, food, tattoo & caricature artists along with use of the pool and putt-putt course! The night ends with raffles and drawings for fabulous prizes.
Planning meetings take place each month at 6:00pm in the school library before PTSA meetings. Many sub-committees make up our planning group. We have several of those positions filled but we are still in need of committee chairs in the areas of Security, Fundraising Letters, Food, and Volunteer Coordinator. We are always looking for underclassmen parents to help, especially due to the late time of the graduation ceremony and to carry the knowledge forward into the next year.
ANG is made possible by the generous support of local businesses, parents and many volunteers. Consider being part of this longstanding tradition by contacting Cathy Wasilewski at email@example.com.
ONE LAST NIGHT TOGETHER!
NON-STOP ENTERTAINMENT with SURPRISES and BIG PRIZES!!!
Casino Games * Caricature & Face Painting * Tattoos
Mini Golf * Massage Chairs* Gift Cards and Cash Prizes * Magician * Pool Games * Slide * Giant Hot Tub
FOOD (dinner, breakfast, snacks)
Questions? ANG Co-Chairs: Cathy Wasilewski & tbd; Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*The All Night Grad celebration is an alcohol/drug free event, sponsored by the JMHS PTSA, and funded in part by community and business donations.