Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.

Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.


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Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.


Linda Moody | DarkeCountyMedia.com

Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.

Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.

Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2019/10/web1_SENIOR-HALLOWEEN-DANCE-WINNERS.jpgFeatured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right. Linda Moody | DarkeCountyMedia.com

Featured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right.
https://www.dailyadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2019/10/web1_SENIOR-DANCE-COSTUME-WINNERS.jpgFeatured this Monday at the Memory Lane Seniors Dance, sponsored by Deejay Tom Everhart at the Greenville VFW, were the Halloween dance and the annual appearance of WTGR-Radio’s Scott Ward and Shane Buckingham. The radio personalities helped judge both the dance competition and the costumes. Winners of the dance contest received WTGR shirts. They were: Melissa Anderson, Roger Hunt, Kris Scheiding, Kathy Beam and Lois Elson, shown above from left to right. Receiving prizes for their costumes were first-place winners Jamie Byers as Fred Flintstone and Bill Drew, who called himself a pimp daddy, while second-place rankings went to Betty Monnin as Dr. Seuss and couple Gary and Tammy Eichler, as Frankenstein and the bride of Frankenstein, all shown from left to right. Linda Moody | DarkeCountyMedia.com