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Long H.S. crowns prom king, queen
MR prom prince princess
Junior Princess Ebony Hill and Prince Jake Durham. - photo by Photo by Mike Riddle
LUDOWICI — Long County High School juniors and seniors had their prom on April 25 at Celebration Castle.
The theme of the night was “City of Stars” and the men were as dapper as any leading man, while the ladies were glamorous as any Hollywood starlet.    
Early in the night the teens gathered outside the castle on the grounds to talk about their memories of high school. Following the reminiscing, they went inside to dance to their favorite music.
Toward the end of the evening, the seniors lined up for their senior walk, to strut their stuff, and proudly display that they were soon to be Blue Tide graduates.
Alishia Buchanan was one of these seniors, and she was fortunate enough to have her parents on hand to help celebrate the night with her.
“Tonight was something else. I see her and it’s hard to believe. I still see her as my little girl,” mom Mary Buchanan said.
Another proud parent on hand was Larry Bell, who was there to support his daughter Elizabeth.
“This was very good, it was well organized, and the decorations were really great. We’re having
a good time, but it's also kind of sad, knowing that she’s growing up,” he said
The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the junior prince and princess, and the senior king and queen.
The prince was Jake Durham and the princess was Ebony Hill. The king was Ricky Rivera and the queen was Sarah Mahan.

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