Monday, December 06, 2021
Attendees Sought For “Night To Shine’ Prom 2022

Attendees Sought For “Night To Shine’ Prom 2022

(GDN) — Organizers are preparing for the 2022 Night to Shine, offering a momentous evening for special needs individuals. 

First Baptist Church in Goldsboro is coordinating the next Night to Shine event with The First Church, and they’re looking for participants. 

Donna Countryman is the Night to Shine chairperson for First Baptist Church, and she says they plan to hold a “Shine Through Parade” at the The First Church the afternoon before the virtual event. 

Besides the parade, attendees will have the opportunity to put the finishing touches on their prom attire by getting their hair done, shoes shined, and more.

Anyone 14-and-up with a special need is invited to register and attend.

Countryman says it will take some volunteers to make the Night to Shine activities possible.

Volunteers from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, the Southern Wayne ROTC, and cheerleaders already plan to help make the night extra special for the honored guests.

Countryman says they already had a very successful fundraiser dinner earlier this month, but donations are still needed for the Night to Shine prom.

At the end of the event, Tim Tebow announces each attendee is being crowned king and queen of the prom because everyone is special in God’s eyes.

Night to Shine will be held on February 11th, 2022. 

Information for registering, volunteering and donating can be found at FBCGoldsboro.org

Email ntsprom2022@gmail.com directly for registration information.

The Night to Shine Prom is an initiative of the Tim Tebow Foundation.

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