Nearly 200 attend Dinner & Show at PMHS

Nearly 200 senior citizens turned out Thursday night to enjoy “Dinner and a Show” at Penn Manor High School.

The free program is open to Comet Classic cardholders and guests, who enjoyed a chicken pot pie dinner and a free performance of the fall play, “Almost, Maine” in the high school auditorium.

Many thanks to the high school cafeteria staff for preparing the meal and to members of the Penn Manor chapter of the National Honor Society, who greeted and served senior citizens.

Kudos also to Penn Manor freshman Nicole Chen, who provided musical accompaniment on the piano during the dinner.

“Almost, Maine” will be performed for the public at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22 and 23, in the high school auditorium. You can order tickets online here.

The Comet Classic program is open to any Penn Manor resident age 60 or older. In addition to the annual dinner and show, members receive free admission to Penn Manor athletic events and the spring musical.

You can find out more here.

  • Senior citizens eating dinner in cafeteria.