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Heading Down to the Enchanted Forest

Sophie Mostamand and Camila Moreno

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As the Halloween season comes to an end and the holiday time of year begins, Sage Creek starts it off with their annual Fall Formal. 

Fall Formal will take place on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Cal State San Marcos. This year, however, is expected to pull superior to prior years.

ASB has been working hard these past few months to plan the dance and make it enjoyable for everyone.

“Its really gonna be fun this year, we got a chocolate fountain, we got some dance pod things that you can dance on, it’s really fun,” senior Aria Norwood said.

Norwood also addressed the concerns about prior years.

“A lot of people didn’t like the music the first time, but this time we got a better Dj and we made the playlist ourselves,” Norwood said, “I think it’s going to be a lot better, we got a lot of good input from other students.”

The formal will provide our students with good food and elegant decorations to go with the theme of “Enchanted Forest,” as well as a photo booth to capture the best moments, a dance floor with dance pods and good music to dance the night away.

We got a lot of good input from other students.”

— Aria Norwood

People will be dressed in suits, ties, and formal dresses to have the time of their lives.

There’s still a chance to buy your tickets! Up until Friday, Nov. 2, tickets are $55 with an ASB sticker and $60 without.

In order to attend the dance, you must have a current school year dance agreement and no detentions, so make sure to come to school on time and get those tardies cleared.

This Enchanted Fall Formal is sure to be magical!

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  1. Steve Ellingson on November 7th, 2018 1:03 pm

    I loved the dance this year! The music was so much better than ones in the past, keep up the good work ASB!

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