Thoughts on life, leadership and the movement called the church by Brian C. Hughes, Senior Pastor

by Brian C. Hughes, Senior Pastor

Monday, March 17, 2008

The McFormal

Last night the PCC Youth Ministry hosted the McFormal - a great, if slightly bizarre, event. The regular FOCUS environment was replaced by a scene out of the 80's, complete with red carpet, streamers and other decorations, and lots of great 80's music. Delicious food items were offered, like these excellent hor'deurves (which look suspiciously like McDonald's hamburgers...), chicken nuggets (with a wide assortment of sauces!), jelly beans and mixed nuts.

A great time was had by all. Congratulations to best costume winners Kayla, who was crowned McFormal Queen, and Marshall, the reigning McFormal King. Robert and his two female companions - Sydni and Maureen - had to split the crown as winners of the 'Best Couple' competition.

In case you missed the red carpet parade or any part of the evening's excitement, following are a few photos that might give you a sense of the McFormal experience:

Hey - isn't that Marty Balin of Jefferson Starship???

Happy couples...

Aly, looking mighty fine...

We never did figure out why a coat covered in plastic pork chops was relevant to an 80's themed event...but the goth girl was a huge hit.

How about that sun flower?

Happily dancing the evening away...

The tie...the jacket...the glasses...he's got the look!

This guy is stylin' in ANY era!

Wow. Just wow.

The newly crowned Queen of the McFormal.

Robert and his award-winning companions....

A lovely couple...but what's wrong with this picture?

Not only the McFormal King, but a newly minted knight, as well!

When asked about the horse, his reply was, "I have two heads."

Not one but TWO Michael Jackson wanna-be's. They led the way for all to dance "Thriller".

Two incredibly handsome fellas....

Last, but certainly not least: keep your eyes open for these shoes to appear on stage at PCC sometime in the near future...we can only hope...


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Anonymous said...

I could of sworn those burgers were from White Castle!