Christine Blanchard and Paul Gabriel were burning up the floor all afternoon. Image credit: Andrea DeMeer

Dancing up a storm

Princeton Community Services held its annual Spring Gala Wednesday at Riverside Center

About 70 fans of rock and roll, fashion and fine food gathered for the third annual Spring Formal hosted by New Beginnings.

The event is specially for clients of organizations that work with disabled adults and includes residents of Princeton, Penticton, Summerland and Osoyoos.

New Beginnings spokesperson Robin Spedding said there no wall flowers at parties like this one…everyone comes through the door and hits the dance floor.

“They look forward to it all year,” she said.

The Princeton hosts decorated Riverside Centre, and arranged for a lunch. In addition to dance, many of those attending had the opportunity to get on stage and sing with the band.

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