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Updated Wednesday, May 27, 2015 at 3 PM EST
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Seniors Brendan Salva and Ryan Marasco arranged for a mariachi band to serenade the staff and students at Romeo High School as their senior prank. The band arrived at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 13, and was led by a group of 15 students through the school and into the lobby, library and offices. The band played for about a half an hour before classes began. Michael Kaufman referred to the serenade as a "classy prank" representing the seniors of 2015. Seventeen magazine picked up the information about the mariachi band from senior Riley McClain's Twitter feed and listed it as one of the "10 Most Epic Senior Pranks from the Class of 2015."
(Photo courtesy of Riley McClain)
The 48 Hour Film Challenge kicks off on June 13 and commences on June 15. Commitment forms from filmmakers are due to the office located at WBRW by June 1.
The object is to create a 3-6 minute short film shot in one of the three communities of Romeo, Washington or Bruce Township.
The film must contain a specific prop, line of dialogue, and character. These items will be announced at 10 a.m., Saturday, June 13 at the WBRW/Romeo Film Office tent at the Washington Township Art & Orchard Festival.
Filmmakers can register as amateur or student and submit films in one of five categories: drama, comedy, animation, documentary... (more)