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‘Prombie Apocalypse’ attracts 75

October 22, 2013

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About 75 people attended a “Prombie Apocalypse” last Saturday at Convention Hall.

Christian Mabry won the Zombie Walk-Off contest. The trophy was donated by Stone Laser Imaging.

Jennifer Langdon won a few of the raffle prizes, including the Dale Jr. standup donated by Pepsi.

The “Royally Undead Court” included:

Prombie King: Cody Stephens, 8th grade, Parson’s Middle School

Prombie Queen: Kayla Boatman, 8th grade, Smith Cotton Junior High

Prombie Princess: Kierstyn Wissman, 7th grade, Smith Cotton Junior High

Prombie Prince: Sarah Siegel

Char Mickle was the karaoke DJ, and Bilan Gomez with Bee’s Knees Home Bakery in Pleasant Hill did most of the cookies and cupcakes. Precision Paint & Auto Body donated a couple iTunes cards for the raffle. Formal Affairs donated a $15 gift card, and Reader’s World donated “a ton” of awesome zombie items: board games, calender, dice, cards, magnets, cookie cutters — all zombie themed. Also some spooky movies, an iPhone skin, glow sticks, a Nerf gun, zombie makeup kits, a $25 Facebook card, and a copy of Angela Roquet’s new book “Crazy Ex-Ghoulfriend.” They also raffled off a Prombie shirt.

The shirts were designed by Diana Rodriguez, who won the tee shirt design challenge that the senior Vo-Tech graphic design students at SFCC participated in. T-shirts are still available through the Facebook event page for $15.

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