Get ready for the NightGlow

Top ten things to know about the NightGlow

10: The Winter Dance redesign, NightGlow will be held,  Jan. 25, following the Varsity Basketball double header at approximately 9 p.m.

9: Tickets will be sold, Jan. 22 through Jan. 25, and can be purchased at lunch, singles $3 and doubles $6. Tickets may also be bought at the door by Eureka students only with a student I.D.

8: Friends that attend other schools are allowed at the dance, however tickets for non-Eureka students cost $3 and must be bought in advance with the proper forms from each school.

7: Getting tired of the same old DJ at every dance? Well then get ready, NightGlow will be DJed by Adam Hindman (11) and Jonathon Schilling, recent graduate.

6: Attend the Varsity Basketball double header before the dance to spend time with classmates and get ready for the dance. Girls Varsity Basketball will play Lafayette at 5:00 p.m. in Gym A, followed by Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Lindbergh in Gym A at 7:00 p.m.

5: WEAR WHITE. Help Eureka Basketball white out the Lancers and the Flyers by wearing white to the game.

4: NightGlow is a black-light dance. Wear your white from the game to the dance to complete the effect. No dress code is set;  attendees can be as dressed up or as dressed down as desired.

3: Fans attending the games will be expected to pay the $5 admission fee in order to get into the game and support the basketball program. However, spectators in possession of a sports pass will be permitted to use it.

2: The week leading up to NightGlow will be a Rivalry Week meant to get the school into a competitive mood for the big rivalry game against Lafayette at 5 p.m.

1: NightGlow is unlike any dance Eureka has ever had. Students are encouraged to make it their own and have a good time hanging out with friends and cheering for the basketball team followed by a black light dance.