Safe party for high school graduates

Safe party for high school graduates

All 2016 high school graduates are invited to an evening of music, games, food, prizes and fun on May 29 at Centennial Hall.

The event, “Welcome to Paradise” is for all Juneau high school graduating seniors. Each senior can bring a friend between the ages of 16 and 20; guests pay $10 at the door; everyone must bring a student or photo ID.

“Welcome to Paradise” rus 10 p.m. – 2:16 a.m. with a grand prize drawing for $2,016. It is an alcohol and drug-free event.

All seniors will receive a gift bag. There will be pizza, soft-serve ice cream, Pel Meni, spring rolls, popcorn, and Italian sodas. Prize drawings are held every 15 minutes, with cash, computers, headphones and paddle boards just some of the items to be won. There will be a card room with poker and black jack, photo booth, dance, sumo wrestling, Cash Cube, and much, much more.

Doors will close at 11 p.m. No re-admittance is allowed.

The $2,016.00 grand prize will be drawn at 2:16 a.m. Must be present to win.

More information is available on the Safe Grad website,

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