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Join Us at Retro ReProm November 4th!

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​Cycle Construction is Proud to present the 6th Annual Retro ReProm. Relive the time of your life​​​​​​​​ at the sixth ​annual Boys Town Louisiana Retro ReProm!

Friday, November 4 at Il Mercato from 8 - 11 p.m.

What is it?

Retro ReProm is a unique opportunity to recreate your high school prom while ​helping Louisiana’s at-risk children and families. ReProm includes the presentation of a nostalgic “Prom Court." Nominated community leaders and celebrities vie for the “Crown” of King and Queen of Boys Town Louisiana’s Retro ReProm and the one with the most money pledged earns the title! Each dollar you donate will be counted as one vote for the court nominee of your choice. In addition to donating to vote, when you purchase ​​tickets or become a sponsor, you can also allocate this money as "votes" for a candidate!

Here are this year's nominees!

2016 Court Nominees are:


Eric D. Griggs, MD
Community ​Medical Liaison for Access Health Louisiana

Doc Griggs, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame in 1992 and Tulane University School of ​​​Medicine in 1996, appears weekly on Fox 8 WVUE’s Morning Edition as a Health Educator ​every Thursday morning at 7:30 AM.

As a physician, Doc Griggs is able to utilize his medical knowledge to simply ​information and ​present it in a fun informative manner.  The goal is to provide participants with manageable action items that can make monumental changes in their lives.

Patrick Rafferty
Account Executive with NOLA Media  Group

Patrick is an Account Executive with NOLA Media Group, an advanced digital media company ​with national reach, state-of-the art ad technology and a vast reservoir of non-personally ​identifiable data about consumers. He received his degree in Public Relations in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans.


Katie Osborne
Constituent Liaison, Houston Council Member Greg Travis

A Houston native, Katie attended college at Texas A&M University. Upon graduation from A&M, Katie moved to New Orleans to pursue her J.D. at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, from which she graduated in 2013.

She currently serves as Constituent Liaison for ​Council Member Greg Travis, Houston City Council, District G.  Katie also serves on the board of several young professional organizations in Houston, including Houston Young Republicans, Village ​Republican Women, and Houston Republican Liberty Caucus.

Lynleigh Noel
Attorney, Law Offices of James A. Williams

Originally from Nashville, TN, ​Lynleigh came to NOLA in 2007 to attend Tulane. While at Tulane, she was a tutor for inner city children through Tulane Outreach throughout her college ​career. Upon graduation, ​she ultimately attended Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, from which she graduated in 2015. Lynleigh is presently a ​member of the Louisiana Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Federal Bar Association.

What You Can Do

How can you help your candidate win the coveted "crown"? With each dollar raised counting as a vote, ​the candidates with the most votes at the end of ​the night will be crowned Retro ReProm King and Queen. Just keep voting​ until you push your choice over the top! Sponsorships are available for this fun event and your sponsorship dollars count as votes for your candidate(s)!

Be sure to get your tickets​ to this adult only ReProm to see your favorite nominee crowned King or Queen! An open bar will be available and heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served throughout the evening.

We hope you can join us this November 4 as we crown the next Retro ReProm King and Queen you help choose!

Please contact Darrell Johnson, Boys Town Louisiana Development Director, at 504-293-7900 if you have any questions.


November 04, 2016


8 - 11 p.m.


Il Mercato
1911 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA 70130

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