The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia


April 27, 2014

Everybody Prom-enade!


Upcoming area proms

  • Greenbrier East High School Prom at The Greenbrier, May 3; Theme: Gatsby Masquerade
  • Greenbrier West High School Prom at The Greenbrier, May 10
  • Independence High School Prom at Tamarack Conference Center, May 2; Theme: All That Jazz (Gatsby)
  • Oak Hill High School Prom (at the school), May 3; Theme: Far, Far Away
  • Woodrow Wilson High School Prom at Tamarack Conference Center, May 3; Theme: Welcome to Las Vegas
  • Wyoming East High School, Prom at Tamarack Conference Center, May 9; Theme: Glow

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Miss your chance at prom or want to relive it? Even if you didn’t officially attend Mount Hope High School, you’re cordially invited to celebrate the second annual Mount Hope Prom 2014 “Do You Remember?” Prom at Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center, Sept. 20. This is a time of celebration and remembrance honoring the many students, faculty, families and businesses supporting the town of Mount Hope through the decades. For more information contact June Keffer at

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Feature YOUR PROM 2014 MOMENTS in the next issue of West Virginia South magazine! Simply post your best prom pics, along with your name, your school’s name and names of anyone pictured, and look for your shots in the Around Town section of our June/July issue. Photos may also be uploaded to: with "Prom 2014" in the subject line. Submission deadline — Monday, May 12th .

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