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By Jill Brubaker Reigh
Hollidaysburg Correspondent 

Traditions Prevail at H-burg Prom


Jill Brubaker Reigh

Amber Marty takes photos of her daughter, Sierra Marty, at Legion Park, Hollidaysburg, before the prom on May 24. Amber is excited to graduate and move to Florida to attend St. Petersburg College.

Tradition accompanied by perfect weather prevailed for the Hollidaysburg Area High School (HAHS) Prom on Friday, May 24.

School dismissed early for the entire district while senior high students and their guests spent the day preparing for this annual rite of passage that many have been planning since January.

As is tradition at HAHS, the prom-goers take pictures with family and friends at home before venturing off to other photogenic spots. In the past, Legion Park was the place. Now, other beautiful venues including Canal Basin and Chimney Rocks parks are popular. From there, prom-goers go out for dinner then off to the The Casino at Lakemont for the prom.

Jill Brubaker Reigh

Ashlynn Miles, a senior at Hollidaysburg Area High School, smiles as mom, Kim, takes photos at their home in Duncansville. Ashlynn said that her dress was the second one she tried on. She especially likes the pockets hidden in the skirt.


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