Center Grove High School choir sells out at 4th annual Princess Tea
Little princesses filled into a Center Grove High School choir room on June 5, 6 and 7 for the annual Princess Tea.
This is the fourth year the choir has hosted this fundraiser, selling out three sessions with 30 girls each. Children came in their best princess or tea clothes and were treated to pampering with student volunteers doing nails and hair. They then sat down at their tables where they awaited their favorite princesses to come around and sign autographs. After tea and snacks, the little princesses were read to by Belle, got to dance with Moana and more.
“It’s been another great year,” said Jared Norman, choir director. “Seeing the little girls when they come dressed as a specific princess then them getting to meet that specific princess, the joy and excitement on their faces is unmatched. It’s cool to see a big Snow White sitting with a little baby Snow White on her lap.”