The Santa Clarita Valley senior center hosted a “Senior Prom” concert featuring a live band and dancing to prom romantic ballads on Wednesday.
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The Santa Clarita Senior Center provided a chance for seniors to have another chance to live that momentous high school experience through a live concert band playing romantic tunes spanning many decades.
The Silvertone Singers, under the direction of John Swinford, did renditions of hits that ranged from Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” to the 1970’s Carole King hit of “Killing Me Softly.”
Many seniors at the event delightfully danced to the live music and were wearing their best formal wear to celebrate the event.
In accordance with prom tradition, SCV senior center chose their own prom king and queen. John Swinford, SCV senior center music director, won the title of “Prom King” and Rita Hendrixson won the title of “Prom Queen. ”
“I was surprised that they picked me. It was just a complete honor,” said Rita Hendrixson, SCV Senior Center’s Prom Queen.
For more information on the SCV senior center, visit http://www.scv-seniorcenter.org/
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Source: Santa Clarita News