Moonlit Memories at RCHS (prom slideshow)

Junior class student council member Alissa Mell and Dan Johnson 
offer smiles with sunglasses at one of the five decorative photo stations atop the theater stage at Rush City High School. Jessica Westman and Hunter Kepler, who found some creative ways to match the color of his date's dress. Terra Shermer’s date Nick Schmidt sported a bright pink hat that emcee and activities director Robert Schlagel could not resist trying on. Activities director Robert Schlagel sneaks in the background of a photo of Mitch Siefert and Chelsea Hauner. Linzy Potter’s date Austin Fessenden couldn’t stop himself from laughing after convincing emcee Robert Schlagel that his face was paralyzed so he could not smile. Jessica Westman’s escort Hunter Kepler wore some snazzy tennis shoes with his tux. At 4 feet 9 inches, Kayla Forcier was escorted by 6-foot 6-inch Colton Trestsven at the Moonlit Memories Grand March. Josie Kent’s escort Brady Anderson received a huge applause when he wore his military uniform. Camille Miller and Mary Lee playfully posed during the Grand March in the Rush City High School theater. A large group loaded into the Flickabirds van after the Grand March on Saturday. Zach Mell takes a moment for a photo opportunity with his sister Chelsey Mell. Alana Olson and her date Dillion Mohr have a photo taken with Alana’s sister Allison. Master of ceremonies and activities director Robert Schlagel borrowed Chase Grant’s date Katelyn Meier and walked with her stopping for photos. Rush City senior softball players (from left) Kayla Forcier, Abby Scherer, Mackenzie 
Sherrill and Chelsey Mell practice their batting stances while dressed up at prom. Photo supplied
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Junior class student council member Alissa Mell and Dan Johnson offer smiles with sunglasses at one of the five decorative photo stations atop the theater stage at Rush City High School.

It’s that time of year again when guys and gals slip into their fancy threads and smile for the camera. At Rush City High School, it was all about prom for students and their families and friends inside the decorated theater Saturday, May 4. The theme this year was “Moonlit Memories,” and activities director Bob Schlagel once again entertained as emcee.

Experience Rush City High’s annual event in the photo slideshow posted above. Photos were taken by Victoria Dahlin.