When most people think of prom, they think of decorations, dresses, tuxedos, limousines, and of course, dancing! The group behind this amazing event is the prom committee. The heads of committee are Ms. Foster, Senora Nelly, and Margie. The committee took care of dinner, decorations, selling tickets, doing fundraisers, renting the venue and DJ, painting and buying props, setting up the night before, and many other tasks. Some say prom is the most important dance in your high school career. Girls go out and buy the perfect dress, get there hair and nails done the day of prom, and choose their date(s). The hard work to make this event amazing starts the night before. At about 12:30, Mr. Walters’ shop class and prom committee loaded up into two vans to go set up the venue. When we got there, we looked at the bare, empty space, then got to work right away, rolling out tables and setting up chairs all around the tables. We set out big black tablecloths. I knew right then, it really was to be a grand event. We all worked up until about 2:30 then everyone who had to catch a bus went back to school with Ms. Foster and Mr. Walters. I stayed behind with Margie and worked on stringing egg-holders through fishing line. It was very hard work, but well worth it. Finally Ms. Foster came back with a few other students. Luke and I set about stringing lights up around the windows and below them to the wall. After we worked our tails off, Ms. Foster ordered pizza and rested for a bit. Then, we went back to work and started setting up the place where the photo booth would be. We then got to popping out the extra pieces of the Eiffel Tower scene. We set them aside to be put together the next day. Then, everyone went home. The next day, Corin, Nelly, Ms. Foster, Mr. Walters, and I showed up to put together the Eiffel Tower. After it was starred, we put it all together and man, it was tall! Then we strung up gossamer and put the finishing touches on everything. It looked so cool! After we hung up the egg-carton-flowers from the lights, we put the names of everyone who was going on the gossamer with tape. After everything was done, I knew it was going to be a wonderful night for prom-goers.