Prohibition ended April 29 when parents, grandparents, alumni parents, band members, teachers, staff, and future parents came as flappers, gangsters, and silent screen stars to spend a Night at the Speakeasy to benefit Mountain Shadows.

Staying until “the cops showed up”, more than 80 guests helped raise more than $24,000 to support the MSMS Annual Fund, including surpassing the goal of $10,000 for campus-wide outdoor environments during the paddle raiser.

Dagabi Cucina was the backdrop for an evening of dancing, dining, sipping on tarantula juice, wine, and champagne while taking chances on the wine and diamond raffles, and making a bid for an array of fun silent auction items.

A winner-takes-all game of Simon Says set the stage for lively bidding during the live auction and paddle raiser.

A special thanks to Gala chair Autumn McFarland and her committee of Susan Twetten, Amanda Janusz, Marianne Cipriani, and Trish Daniel. A Night at the Speakeasy was a night to remember by all!

Prohibition ended April 29 when parents, grandparents, alumni parents, band members, teachers, staff, and future parents came as flappers, gangsters, and silent screen stars to spend at a Night at the Speakeasy to benefit Mountain Shadows.

Staying until the cops showed up, those in attendance helped raise more than $25,000 to support the MSMS Annual Fund including surpassing the goal of $10,000 for campus-wide outdoor environments during the paddle raiser.

Dagabi Cucina was the backdrop for an evening of dancing, dining, sipping on tarantula juice, wine, and champagne while taking chances on the wine and diamond raffles, and making a bid for an array of fun silent auction items.

A winner-takes-all game of Simon Says set the stage for lively bidding during the live auction and paddle raiser.

A special thanks to Gala chair Autumn McFarland and her committee of Susan Twetten, Amanda Janusz, Marianne Cipriani, and Trish Daniel. A Night at the Speakeasy was a night to remember by all!

 

Flappers, Gangsters, Screen Stars, and More Turn Out at the Speakeasy

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