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Community Council’s Snowball 2018 was a hit for the students this year!

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Community Council ran a Photo Booth throughout the entire evening. Both students and teachers enjoyed the activities that night; interacting with one another outside of the traditional school environment.

Community Council ran a Photo Booth throughout the entire evening. Both students and teachers enjoyed the activities that night; interacting with one another outside of the traditional school environment.

Community Council ran a Photo Booth throughout the entire evening. Both students and teachers enjoyed the activities that night; interacting with one another outside of the traditional school environment.

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Snowball 2018 with its theme of Silver and Gold was pulled off by the Community Council and was in a large part a major success. Hundreds of golden lights transformed the walls of the PAC while silver wrapped kisses and other chocolates littered the tables.

The mood was set by DJ Zaya Gooding who played a range of songs from Bruno Mars’ current pop song “Finesse” to “Love Story” by Old Taylor Swift and finally rounding out the night with 80s songs “Africa” by Toto and “Take on Me” by a-ha. Raffle prizes included a Taco Project gift card, baked goods from Sherry B. Dessert Studio, and a signed NYCFC (New York City Football [Soccer] Club) jersey!

View all the photos from the Photo Booth courtesy of Community Council and Georgia Panitz (click the photo below to be taken to our Flikr album)!

Snowball 2018 Photobooth

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Community Council’s Snowball 2018 was a hit for the students this year!