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Parsippany High School Graduates Engage in Project Graduation Celebrations

PARSIPPANY — After the Parsippany High School graduation, 140 students participated in a memorable event held at Branchburg Sports Complex. The event featured a wide range of activities and attractions that ensured an enjoyable and safe experience for the graduates:

Sports Activities:

  • Turf fields were available for football, soccer, and ultimate frisbee, providing opportunities for friendly competition and team play.
  • Basketball and volleyball courts allowed students to engage in their favorite sports and enjoy some friendly matches.

Entertainment:

  • A four-story laser tag arena offered an exciting and immersive gaming experience.
  • An arcade provided various games for students to enjoy.
  • A gaga pit was available for a unique dodgeball-style game, adding an element of fun and competition.
  • An inflatable obstacle course provided a thrilling and adventurous challenge.
  • A climbing structure offered an opportunity for physical activity and adventure.

Additional Attractions:

  • Karaoke allowed students to showcase their singing talents and enjoy a musical experience.
  • A fortune teller added a touch of mysticism and intrigue to the event.
  • A caricaturist provided personalized drawings, creating unique keepsakes for the graduates.
  • Airbrush tattoos offered temporary body art for students to express themselves.
  • A station where students could take photos with friends and have them transferred onto t-shirts provided a fun and memorable way to capture the moment.

The event aimed to create a safe and enjoyable environment for the graduates, highlighting the importance of celebrating without the influence of drugs or alcohol. Project Graduation events like this have become a popular tradition across the country, promoting awareness of the dangers of substance abuse and reducing the number of youth involved in drug-related accidents.

By organizing such chemical-free celebrations, Project Graduation aimed to ensure a memorable and responsible experience for graduating seniors, establishing a tradition that prioritizes their safety and well-being.

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Frank L. Cahill
Frank L. Cahill
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President of Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town and Chairman of Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board.
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