Glow Fest to get jiggy on Saturday

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Katie Crooks

Lindsay Cook and Kira Greer enjoying last year’s Glow Fest dance.

Tommy DiRienzo, Staff Writer

On Saturday night the BPHS cafeteria will be rocking.

Bethel Park’s annual Glow Fest dance is this Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. The dance is a great way for students to come out and have a great time at the school.

Many students say that Glow Fest is the most fun dance at BPHS and some seniors don’t want the last opportunity to go to waste.

Senior Joey Bova said, “I’ve never been to Glow Fest so I don’t know what to expect, but I’ve heard from those who have graduated that it’s a great time.” Bova also went on to add, “I’m really excited to experience it for myself.”

In addition to the dance itself, there will be a photo wall with neon splatter paint surrounded by neon balloons.

DJ Scar will be providing the tunes.

BPHS Wrestler Parker Loera said with enthusiasm, “I can’t wait to boogie with the boys and being a senior, I want to go out with a bang.”

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