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JP’s Garden Party Dance to Take Place Feb. 10

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Lucy Mantilla
Posters hung up around the halls display information about the JPs dance.

The Juniorette Pierian’s will host the JP’s Garden Party dance Feb. 10 at the Hannah Spring’s cafeteria. 

The garden party theme includes spring and greenery imagery.

“Being a Juniorette Pierian teaches us how to grow as women,” senior Cara Mitchell said. “We learn how to host our own events, such as finding a location and coordinate who is bringing food and other things. We also recently had a speaker talk to us about how to defend ourselves in dangerous situations. The pierian club educates women on how to be independent, and also teaches us how to work with one another more effectively.” 

There will be photo areas following the theme and a table with snacks and drinks, and music. 

“When deciding a theme, we always go around and share ideas we have, and then vote on one idea as a group,” Mitchell said. “This year, someone offered the idea for a garden party theme and we thought that would be good since it’s not an overused theme.”

The garden party theme opened more possibilities for decor and more color choices for people’s outfits. 

“People should go to the dance because it is a great chance to make good memories,” Mitchell said. “We don’t have a lot of chances to dress up and go out, so it is good to do so when we can. A lot of planning has gone into this and I know it’ll be an enjoyable experience for those who decide to go.” 

The Juniorette Pierian’s wanted to make an elegant spin on outdoor parties, invoking styles of muted pastels and floral imagery. All takes on this are welcome for outfits, but it must remain semi-formal. 

“As president, my role is crucial in ensuring the JP’s dance goes smoothly and with as little hiccups possible,” JP president Morgan Bobo said. “However, I have a lot of help from the girls and the supervisors a part of JP’s. They make my job so much easier and are gems to work with!” 

JP members turn to past events to plan for their future endeavors.  

“I would say the biggest thing I’ve learned from planning this event is to be really organized and intentional with your time management,” Bobo said. “Having gone into this position with little guidance, I have struggled with keeping up with all of my responsibilities. However, there are so many willing girls, whether they are other officers or junior members, who can and will help if needed.” 

Posters have been hung up all around the campus to make people aware of the upcoming event. 

“I find the posters really interesting!” senior Kailey Morgan said. “I didn’t go to JP’s last year since I was too busy, but seeing the posters for the garden party definitely has me thinking about attending this year!”

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