There was a ‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On’ at the Page Robbins annual Senior Prom on April 18th!
“Song and dance is something everyone can still enjoy. No matter the memories we’ve lost or the struggles we face, we can come together to experience a moment of pure joy,” says Development and Communications Director, Katie Kirkpatrick, of Page Robbins Adult Day Center in Collierville.
“We have fun activities every day at Page Robbins, but Senior Prom is extra special,” says Kirkpatrick.
Students from Houston High HOSA Club helped put on the event by volunteering their time and efforts to make the event one to remember! “They (students) dressed up and brought corsages and boutonnieres for the participants. The Beverly Brothers with Creative Aging played live music, and we danced and sang. It’s a true celebration! There’s nothing quite like seeing a room full of Page Robbins clients and high school students boogie to “Wake Up Little Suzie” or belt out the lyrics to “Pretty Woman.”
Enjoy the photo gallery below of clients, volunteers, and Houston High School HOSA Students!