167 people celebrate SNAP's prom

Courtesy of Cindy Rowan<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Frank Brown and Michelle Stacy pose for a portrait at SNAP’s prom on Saturday at the Grace Sparkes Activity Center.

Courtesy of Cindy Rowan<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Frank Brown and Michelle Stacy pose for a portrait at SNAP’s prom on Saturday at the Grace Sparkes Activity Center.

Nearly 170 people celebrated at the City of Prescott Parks and Recreation's Special Needs Activity Program's prom on Saturday, May 15.

Helping Hands sponsored the event, with the theme a "Midsummer Night's Dream," which took place at the Grace Sparkes Activity Center and provided 63 pizzas and salad for participants, said Cindy Rowan, director of the Special Needs Activity Program (SNAP).

Partygoers received flower corsages as they came through the front door, Rowan said. Three Prescott High School students helped serve guests and everyone danced the night away.

"It takes a village to make a dance run so smoothly," Rowan said. "We live in a great village."