The Life Skills and Transition class at Arab High School was invited to attend the recent 2020 Night to Shine event at the First United Methodist Church in Guntersville.

The Tim Tebow Foundation began the idea of honoring individuals with special needs through a prom experience, and the 2020 Night to Shine was bigger than ever before, according to teacher Niki Bowling.

There were 721 proms hosted on the same night all over the world.

“I had six students from my class, as well as four former graduates attend with our Arab group this year,” Bowling said.

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