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GLAD­STONE is in for a week of ex­cite­ment, as stu­dents across the re­gion cel­e­brate their night of nights – end-of-year prom.

The class of 2017 prom sea­son started last night with Glad­stone State High School hold­ing its event at the Glad­stone En­ter­tain­ment Con­ven­tion Cen­tre. It was a spec­tac­u­lar show of style and so­phis­ti­ca­tion with beau­ti­ful dresses on dis­play, in a stun­ning ar­ray of colours, many of which harked back to a for­mer era fea­tur­ing

long trains.

The Ob­server will be pro­vid­ing cov­er­age of all the proms, so don’t miss out.

Look out for a special fea­ture in The Ob­server on Tues­day, November 28, which will con­tain pictures of all prom at­ten­dees.

It’s a special time of year for se­niors, with fi­nal ex­ams, the end of their school life on the hori­zon and the big deal that is prom night.

We wish the class of 2017 a spec­tac­u­lar night for each of their proms and all the best for their fu­tures.


GREAT NIGHT: Tahlia Crighton and Nick Frost, the school cap­tain, at Glad­stone State High School’s prom last night. It was the first for this year.

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