SC Borromeo Mardi Gras Ball a dazzling night to remember
Hundreds of students, residents and their families, parishioners and employees enjoyed a wonderful evening of entertainment.
This wonderful service-learning event is made possible because of a grant by The John D. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown Foundation.
The 8th grade students are in charge of planning the event. They helped the Pink Ladies of RSVP wash, cut and style the residents hair, polish nails and put on make-up in the morning of the event.
Then the night of the Ball, the students served as greeters, escorts, dancing partners and servers of food and cake. This is a wonderful experience for both the residents and the students.
Many hearts are touched and lives are changed.
The Krewe of Ormond Court is as follows:
Queen: Ms. Miriam Loar
King: Mr. Paul Barrios
1st Maid: Ms. Alice Ricciuti
1st Duke: Mr. Leo Bondi
2nd Maid: Mrs. Elnora Humphrey
2nd Duke: Mr. Jerald Rambo
King and Queen of Hearts: Ms. Mary Schexnayder and Mr. Rodney Perriloux
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