Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School’s (RFH) Class of 2020 got its last gathering hurrah in before COVID-19 descended on the community with the high school’s annual tradition of the 100 Nights Dinner.
The annual event for seniors got in under the COVID-19 quarantine wire on March 10 when the class celebrated the 100-day countdown to graduation by feasting dinner from local restaurants, capturing memories in a photobooth, and being entertained by magician and hypnotist, Randy Shine.
“It was so exciting to celebrate the seniors and all of their accomplishments,” said Stephanie Pennetti, RFH Class of 2020 advisor. “It has been an honor to be their class advisor over the past four years. I can’t believe they are graduating in just 100 days.”
The event marks the start of seniors’ last few months together, yet now apart, as a class. While most class fundraisers and events are organized by student leaders, this night is coordinated by the parents and the class advisor.
“While the last 100 days might not all be spent inside the walls of RFH, the seniors are just as excited as ever to make the most of their time left as Bulldogs and to make plans for what their bright futures hold,” Penetti concluded.
— Edited press release from RFH