DICKSON CITY — Parker Hill Community Church was alive with music, activity and excitement on Friday evening, Feb. 12, as approximately 100 honored guests and more than three times that number in volunteers filled the city campus for an evening they are unlikely to forget. At Night to Shine, a prom for people with special needs, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, every guest was crowned a king or queen of the prom and told of God’s love for them. The free event was complete with a red carpet entrance, limo rides, shoe shining, hair and makeup styling, a buffet dinner and plenty of dancing.
Honored guest Grayson Schaub enters Night to Shine, a Tim Tebow Foundation-sponsored event at Parker Hill Church, Dickson City, via a red carpet, with his ‘buddy’ for the evening, Rachel Harshbarger.
Hannah Palaskas, an honored guest at Parker Hill Church’s Night to Shine, gets her makeup done by Stephanie Markert, of Sorella Salon, while other stylists do her hair.
Dory Allen is crowned queen of the prom during Night to Shine at Parker Hill Church, Dickson City.
Kings and queens of the prom own the dance floor at Parker Hill Church, Dickson City, during the Night to Shine prom for people with special needs, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation on Friday, Feb 12.