Snapshots: KAFM’s Zombie Prom in Grand Junction biggest since its inception
KAFM 88.1’s sixth annual Zombie Prom — hosted last Saturday, Oct. 25, at Grand Junction’s Mesa Theater and Club — boasted 588 tickets sold, making it the largest on the books.
“It was the most successful prom ever,” said KAFM event organizer Cash Kiser, with $8,440 raised to directly fund the local, nonprofit radio station.
According to Kiser, Chase Martinez and Nicole Fitzgerald were crowned Zombie Prom’s King and Queen .
Plus, while attending this year’s event, Corey Hedler and Jaemi Murphy of Grand Junction got engaged! See a video of the proposal on the Grand Junction Free Press Facebook page. It was originally posted by Legacy Photography’s Facebook page, as the local business handled all photography at Zombie Prom.
To learn more about KAFM, visit http://www.kafmradio.org.
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