Saturday, July 16, was probably the most perfect day of recent weeks, before the mercury climbed toward that 100-degree mark. Spring-Ford High School’s cheerleading squad took advantage of hot sun, refreshing breezes and Kia of Limerick’s parking lot and water supply to wash cars and raise funds.
For many high school students, the prom is a significant benchmark on their journey to adulthood. Often it is the first formal affair of their lives, first time in a gown or tuxedo, first corsage or boutonniere, maybe first time out all night with the knowledge and blessing of parents and school personnel. That’s why […]