Ramona High School Grad Night Committee invites businesses and residents to help provide a safe and sober environment for the graduating class of 2012.
The committee has organized a fun-filled night for the graduates at the Parkway Bowl in El Cajon and is seeking donations for prizes for the opportunity drawings that will be held throughout the night.
Carole Wylie, a member of the committee and parent of a 2012 graduate, stressed the importance of providing a safe place for graduates to celebrate their accomplishments after their graduation ceremony on June 14.
“We want to keep as many as safe as we can,” she said.
Students buy tickets for the grad night event and must take the bus transportation that the committee will provide to and from Parkway Bowl. Tentative times for grad night are 11 p.m. to 5 a.m., said Wylie. Graduates will not be able to leave Parkway Bowl until the event ends.
During the evening, unlimited bowling will be offered and entertainment will be provided by a professional hypnotist, a disc jockey, a photo booth, laser tag, and games.
Opportunity drawings are a big part of the evening and the committee is asking for cash donations, prizes, or gift cards.
“Anything a young adult would enjoy is greatly appreciated,” said Wylie. “We know these are difficult times for many individuals and businesses, however, we are hoping businesses can help in some way.”
Checks must be made payable to Ramona Bulldog Booster Club or RBBC with “Grad Night” in the memo. Donations can be mailed to Ramona Bulldog Boosters, P.O. Box 804, Ramona, CA 92065. For a donation pick-up or a tax indentification number, contact Wylie at 760-789-0938.