In The News: “Senior” Prom For Hun School, Brandywine In Princeton

Students and Seniors Pose with Paris Props
The theme for the second “Senior” Prom was “An Evening in Paris.”

After a successful first year in 2017, Brandywine Living at Princeton’s intergenerational Senior Prom returned for an encore on Thursday night, March 29. Students at The Hun School and seniors at Brandywine came together for the special event for the second year in a row.

The theme for this year’s event was “An Evening in Paris.” Decorations were spot on as the students made flowers out of maps, Eiffel towers on the tables, postcards from Paris and suitcases filled with chocolate as favors. The Hun School Jazz Ensemble provided the entertainment for the night.

Residents and students enjoyed chicken Francese, rice pilaf, French green beans and chocolate eclairs for dinner. The night was capped with the crowning of Queen Marion and King Vincent. Brandywine Living provided the following photos from the event both the students and seniors looked forward to all year.

Read the full article and view the photo gallery on Princeton Patch