Elks take custody of Grad Night Prize

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Jennifer Carnes | Miner

On Monday, May 5, 2014, the San Manuel Elks Lodge had a very special delivery.

Mark Phelps of Oracle Ford delivered the car for the annual San Manuel Elks Grad Night Party, set this year for the evening and night of May 22.

All but one lucky San Manuel High School graduate will be green with envy when this beautiful silver beauty is awarded on the morning after graduation. This gorgeous 2004 Hyundai Accent will be the top prize for the 10th annual San Manuel Elks Grad Night Party. Phelps helped the Grad Night Squad procure the car. All high school graduates (whether San Manuel High School Grads or not) to the special party following graduation. Kids will be locked in for an all-night extravaganza of fun, food and fabulous prizes.

Pictured from left are Tom Miller, Phelps and Fred Creeley.

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