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StuCo steps up with an “untraditional” dance

Bubble machines with glowing bubbles and splatter paint in neon colors are the decorations that StuCo has in mind

for their 2008 Snowcoming dance.

They are going for an abandoned building theme and there will be wooden trashcans and broken glass to help add to the eerie feeling that they hope will come with the decorations.

“It’s not going to be your traditional dance,” Student Council Cabinet member Ali Nichols said. “It’s going to be more of a fun blackout party.”

Blizzard Blackout on Feb. 23 is going to be a completely different dance than 2007’s “Night Club”. Everything is going to be covered in black paper and splattered with neon paint. Glowing bubbles and black lights will be the only source of light for the whole dance.

“The dance is going to be in the commons again this year,” Student Council Treasurer Tina West said. “It’s smaller than the gym, but it feels more like a club. It’s like one big tent.”

StuCO is really looking forward to doing something completely different with this year’s dance.

After two years without a Snowcoming, StuCO picked up the forgotten dance in 2005 and re-vamped it. They are hoping this year’s Blizzard Blackout is going to be their best dance yet.

“It’s a completely different realm of dance,” Student Council Chief of Staff Caleb Krenning said. “This dance is going to bend a lot of rules. It’s going to be more like a club.”

Techno Bubbles is providing FHN with enough blacklights and glowing bubbles to cover an entire gymnasium. Due to all the neon paint and bubbles, students are advised to dress casual to avoid ruining expensive formal wear.

“It’s more like a club and you might get splattered with glow paint and bubbles. You don’t want to get anything nice messed up,” Krenning said.

Tickets will be for sale the week of the dance for $10 at all lunches. StuCO is going to help get students excited for the dance by hosting Spirit Week the week of Snowcoming and celebrating the winter sports pep assembly on Feb. 22.

“I think people who aren’t usually interested in the traditional high school dance are really going to enjoy it,” Nichols said.

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