By Kelsie Crough
The first week of December always marks the time of the year that it is socially acceptable for everyone to be caroling without one Thanksgiving lover groaning in annoyance. In a sense, the first week of December marks the true beginning of the anticipation of the holiday season, no matter what you may celebrate. But that is not all. The first week of December also marks a several-decade tradition held at Smithfield High School. On December 7th, the senior class of 2019 creates their take on the tradition of Senior Fashion Show which has evolved in recent years as a comedy variety show. Skits in the show center around Smithfield and popular culture while ‘fashion’ aspect of the show includes student models showcasing both casual and formal wear provided by generous sponsors. Lead by class council, choreographed by some of the best dancers in the class, and painted by dedicated artists, the 3-month production of a show becomes one you won’t want to miss. It’ll put a stitch in your side from laughter and a hint of nostalgia. The theme of the show changes with the year and will be released the week of ticket sales at the very least. Please don’t miss out, the funds go directly to the class of 2019 as they express their appreciation of their hometown through laughter.