It was enchanting to stop into the Sharpe House Saturday night, where seniors participated in a beloved Blair tradition: refreshments and photos at the home of Head of School Peter G. Curran P’27 ’27 in anticipation of the Winter Ball. The annual event marks the first of many second semester occasions to commemorate students’ time together at Blair and share in the purposeful joy that is evident within our community.
The night was sparkling as students gathered in the Romano Dining Hall, wonderstruck by the transformation of the space into an enchanted forest for this year’s Winter Ball. The flawless efforts of the parent committee were evident as students posed for photos before a fairytale backdrop, seemingly plucked from the pages of a storybook. A lavish meal marked only the beginning—not where the story line ends—of a memorable night filled with dancing, laughter and an extravagant dessert spread. The evening culminated with a sing-along of seniors circling the dance floor, cherishing the moment together and knowing all too well that graduation will be here before they know it.
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