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Dozens get prepared for A Night to Remember

May 19, 2019 News Extra

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Taylor Krnaich, 17, of North Huntingdon, gets her hair done by Cayla Holland of Bella Capelli salon in Monroeville.

CRANBERRY TWP - Dozens of participants in Sunday's A Night to Remember event got ready earlier in the day for a night of fun.

Several of the roughly 400 participants with special needs got ready at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry Woods, where a juggler on stilts, magicians and a handful of Disney Princesses entertained those gathered.

They then climbed into their limousines for the ride to a red carpet arrival at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. A sit down dinner, entertainment and a night of dancing awaited the guests there.

Volunteers from multiple salons did hair, makeup and nails for the girls who attended. The formal event has been sponsored for the past 7 years by Discovery Christian Church in Cranberry Township.

Read more about all of Sunday's events in Monday's Butler Eagle.

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Paula Grubbs

Paula Grubbs

Paula Grubbs is a Butler County native who has been with the Butler and Cranberry Eagle newspapers since June 2000. Grubbs has covered the Mars School District and Middlesex Township for over 20 years with the Eagle and her former employer, the Cranberry Journal. She also covers Adams Township, Evans City and Mars in addition to events and incidents throughout Southwestern Butler County as assigned. Grubbs has taken the lead at the Cranberry Eagle in reporting on shale gas development, which has been a hotly debated topic in the recent past, both locally and nationally. A 1979 graduate of Butler Senior High School and a 1994 graduate of Geneva College, Grubbs has won a Golden Quill and four Keystone state awards, plus an award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Grubbs enjoys following the Penguins, Pirates and Steelers, volunteers with the Connoquenessing Creek Cleanup each summer, and loves spending time outdoors and bird watching at her Penn Township home. Grubbs is the daughter of James R. Davis Sr., of Center Township, and the late Maxine Davis. She has two grown children, Jacqueline and Thomas.