Morrison Acres will hold a Class of 2020 get together June 13 at 7 p.m.
"This is a second chance for the seniors of Coffee County Central High School to celebrate together one last time before parting ways. Each senior can be accompanied by one date," the event listing said on social media.
The event will have chaperones, snacks, music and entertainment, and will abide by Governor Lee’s recent regulations," organizers said.
The dance will be an outdoor event where social distancing will be made possible. Admission will be free for those who attend.
Those interested in assisting with preparation, sponsorship, or helping chaperone should message 2nd Chance Dance on Facebook.
Seniors wanting to attend please RSVP on the page.
Morrison Acres owner Isaiah Banegas, operates the venue located at 1075 Pocahontas Rd., just past Deerfield Elementary.
Banegas, originally from Crossville, started the venture after a year of decline with the harvest.
“My father-in-law has always grown soybeans and corn. There was one year in 2015 that he actually lost money on it. He was talking about letting it all go or leasing it out to someone,” Banegas said.
Morrison Acres is home to a pumpkin patch in the fall and other seasonal events throughout the year.