Dance formal offers a second chance for students who didn’t go to prom

Pride Alliance's members (from left to right) Harmony Tarrant, Kenneth Phuong, Cosette Rollins, and Makaila Nartea participating at Saddleback College's Club Rush. (Photo Credit/Makaila Nartea)

Pride Alliance’s members (from left to right) Harmony Tarrant, Kenneth Phuong, Cosette Rollins, and Makaila Nartea participating at Saddleback College’s Club Rush. (Photo Credit: Makaila Nartea)

Saddleback College’s Pride Alliance club will host a Pride Formal Dance this Thursday at 6 p.m. in Room 212 of the Student Services Center. The event is free and open to all students.

Club President, Makaila Nartea says the Pride Formal Dance was designed in mind to help provide a second chance for LGBT students who otherwise did not have the opportunity at attending a dance with their partner of choice during an earlier time in their lives.

“The dance will have a secret agent theme,” Nartea said. “There will be free food and drinks.”

For more information about the event contact Makaila Nartea at mnartea0@saddleback.edu. Students can also contact the club at saddlebackpridealliance@gmail.com

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