How to Plan A Graduation Open House.docx

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Kathy Lester Jenny Corey-Gruenes Freshmen English Process Analysis Rough Draf 30 October 2015 Word Count 930 How to Plan a Graduation Open House A great way to celebrate your child’s graduation and compliments would be to have an open house. Many people have a hard time imagining that they will actually enjoy the celebration, the key to having a great open house and enjoying it in the process is planning ahead, being organized, and having plenty of help. First you must decide what day would be the best to hold the event on. The day should be convenient for your guests to be able to attend. Do not pick a holiday to hold your event on because most people like to make other plans for their families. You should not hold an open house during the week because most people have to work. A good time to have an open house is in the afernoon and it should last about three hours. A location needs to be decided on, will you have a back yard party or will you have it at a hall. If you have a back yard party make sure you have enough tables and chairs for your guests. You will need extra tables to set the food and memorabilia on. If you decide to rent a hall, you should reserve it right away so you know it is available for your event.
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To stay organized it is nice to have a tablet to write everything in from the guest lists to how much you have bought such as how many plates, silverware, cups, decorations, etc..
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