Methacton High School Post Prom
    Post Prom is a much-anticipated, all-night, alcohol-free, drug-free, tobacco-free event immediately
    following the prom, which is free to students.
    Prom night is one of the riskiest nights in the life of a teenager. Post Prom keeps our students safe!
    Last year, 93% of students who attended the Prom, attended the Post Prom!  
    Prom & Post Prom are TBD 2018
    Theme: TBD

    Click on the link below to donate through PayPal:
    Please get involved. We can't do this without you!
    Come to a Post Prom Meeting, details below.
    Volunteer for the event by completing the volunteer form available on this website.
    Support our fundraisers, details below.
    Send a donation to Methacton Post Prom, PO Box 39, Eagleville, PA 19408-0039.
    Post Prom is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
    Volunteer Opportunities:
    Decorators will be meeting at MHS 2nd Floor East Wing Tuesday/Thursday from 6-9 PM and Saturdays from 9 AM-Noon. ALL WELCOME!
    Please Support our Fundraisers
    Super Bowl Squares
    17th Annual Adult Fundraiser
    Post Prom Golf Outing
    October 9, 2017, 9AM-9PM
    Linfield National Golf Club
    66 Church Rd, Linfield, PA 19468
    All meetings are at 7:00 PM in the Methacton High School Library
    All are welcome and encouraged to join us at any and all meetings!
    Stay tuned... 
    Committee chairs needed!
    We still have openings for the following  positions: Golf Outing Fundraiser Event (October 9, 2017), Walk Through Sponsor Booklet, Business/Parent Donation Letters , and a Coffee House Music Coordinator to work with the students the night of Post Prom.  PLEASE consider volunteering so that we can continue to create a successful Post Prom event and keep our students safe! Grab a friend to help you out! We will give you plenty of guidance and support. If you have questions, email jenmintzpostprom@gmail.commhoypostprom@comcast.net or mmalpostprom@gmail.com
    Learn about the Dangers of Prom Night:
    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), one in three children under age 21, who died in alcohol-related accidents, died during prom and graduation season.  For the past several years during prom weekend, approximately 300 teens have died in alcohol-related car accidents.  Prom night is a risky night in the life of a teen…drinking and driving and other risky behaviors can occur.  Click here for more information https://www.methacton.org//site/Default.aspx?PageID=8658
    Questions, Comments, Concerns, contact a co-coordinator
    Jen Mintz                       jenmintzpostprom@gmail.com
    Mike Hoy                       mhoypostprom@comcast.net
    Maureen Malachowski     mmalpostprom@gmail.com
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