This Saturday, April 30, Corban students and faculty can look forward to a night of food, activities, glittering lights, and memories.
Hosted at ASB advisor Lori Schilling’s barn from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Corban’s end of the year party is going to be a night to remember.
Following the theme, “Let’s Go Out with a Bang,” students entering the barn via red carpet will be greeted by an eager mob of paparazzi.
A mechanical bull, inflatable obstacle course, and a full stage set up for karaoke are just a few of the glamorous activities ASB Activities Coordinator Annie McKay has planned.
Student’s tummies will also be full when served the tri-tip steak and pork loin that will be on the menu.
Many of the attractions will be outside, as the weather is predicted to be partly sunny and 56 degrees. But in case of rain, students can always cozy up inside the barn.
“I’m excited to see who gets tossed the farthest by the mechanical bull,” said ASB vice president Beau St. Peter, “But mostly, it’s just a really great time to hang out.”
“The whole point is to celebrate the end of the year, make new memories and remember old memories,” said Meredith Smith, Communications Coordinator.
ASB is confident it will be a night to remember, and keeping with the theme, students can truly expect their year to go out with a bang, as they sit under the glittering lights of the fireworks that will shoot off above.