’80s Prom at Sycamore Ridge

Jackie and Brian Niznik

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The Sycamore Ridge PTA held Ridge Raising 2012, an ’80s Prom, at the Santaluz Country Club on March 24. The event featured a buffet dinner, live music, dancing and a silent auction. Photos: Rob McKenzie

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