The Prom

2018- 2020

Peek n' Peak

1405 Old Road

Clymer, NY 14724

(716) 355-4141

The Music

Disc Jockey's from Erie's Choice 2012 - 2022 Award Winning Millennium Sound Productions will be spinning your dance favorites all night long. Tunes from all decades will be played with some fun mixes in between. Music videos will accompany many of the songs and take you back in time of the true days of MTV!

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The idea of the Adult Prom came from Millennium Sound owner, Mark Eisert, in 2010. After being the disc jockey for a number of local high school proms since 1998, the question arose, “Why should kids get to have all the fun?” So, Mark decided to pose the question to family and friends. The idea received positive response as people were excited to have the opportunity to re-live their high school days or in some instances, attend their very first prom. Mark approached the owners of Nick's Place in the spring of 2012 with the idea and they were excited about partnering and the event took off from there. With the help of his wife, Amy, a committee was established to help out with and oversee the event. Tickets went on sale January 1, 2013 and were sold out (300) by the end of February. In the first year, over $17,000 was raised in the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Since then, The Adult Prom raised over $100,000 towards the fight against Cystic Fibrosis!

Why Cystic Fibrosis?

We (Mark and Amy) are the parents of three healthy children and truly believe, to whom much is given, much is expected. We believe we have an obligation in this lifetime to give back and make our time on this earth count. So, upon learning of the diagnosis of Cystic Fibrosis of a friend’s daughter, the prom party found its purpose. With the partnership with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, we have had the honor of getting to know more local families impacted by Cystic Fibrosis and feel our hearts are in the right place.

"There's no better feeling in the world than knowing you made a difference for someone else"

~ Claire Wineland, Founder of Claire’s Place Foundation & Teen with Cystic Fibrosis

Why Sixty-five Roses?

"65 Roses" is what some children with cystic fibrosis(CF) call their disease because

the words are much easier for them to pronounce.

Mary G. Weiss became a volunteer for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 1965 after learning that her three little boys had CF. Her duty was to call every civic club, social and service organization seeking financial support for CF research. Mary's 4-year-old son, Richard, listened closely to his mother as she made each call.