This Senior Prom Is Slated For Young-at-heart Seniors

April 25, 1991

Mayor Alfred A. Hopkins will be the host at a "Senior Prom for the Young at Heart" from 6 to 10 p.m. May 8 at Loew's Annapolis Hotel, 126West St.

During the first hour, the senior audience will be able to participate in a drug education session, called "Managing Medications." All those interested who bring their medications in a "brown bag" will receive an informal consultation from volunteer pharmacists from the Annapolis area and the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy.

From 7 to 10 p.m., the red carpet will be rolled out fine cuisinewill be served -- a choice of chicken or a seafood entree. Musically, seniors will enjoy a stroll through time as Gayle Thompson and the Bay Forecasters bring back old memories with music from the 1930s to 1950s.

In keeping with prom tradition, a lucky man and woman will be crowned king and queen. This duo and their royal court will lead the evening's guests in the last dance at 9:55 p.m. Judges for this competition will be local celebrities.

A small group of local youth will serve as host and hostesses. Be among the first 250 callers to reserve a free ticket to this gala event.

Dress is semiformal. Transportation, including a mobility bus, will be available.

Information: 263-7927.

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