More than 100 seniors from Seabrook Retirement Community in Tinton Falls, NJ, and students from local high schools and colleges enjoyed an evening of fun and dancing June 6 at the annual “senior prom” held at Seabrook’s Princeton Dining Room.
The students are employed by Seabrook’s Dining Services, and many of them are beneficiaries of the Seabrook Scholars Fund, a program through which residents donate money to eligible students for their upcoming college or secondary school education.
“Residents had a fantastic time socializing with our student-employees,” Community Resources Manager Michelle Aguilar said. “It was a great opportunity to bring generations together.” Seabrook is managed by Erickson Living.
At the end of the night, crowned king and queen were (from left in accompanying photo) Seabrook student employee and high school student Gary Hoover and employee Melissa McCready, as well as Seabrook residents Muriel Kirsch and Harris Drucker.
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