And the theme of the 22nd Annual Jump Back Ball is —

Read on for this year’s Jump Back Ball theme but here’s a hint

Well, I had a different post planned for today. However the week ended up being even more of a challenge (the nicest way to put it) than I expected when I last posted on Tuesday.

So in lieu of my wrapup about a couple of recent dining experiences (keep an eye out for that post early next week), I figured I’d share the one highlight of an otherwise not-so-great week:

PlayhouseSquare’s Jump Back Ball theme announcement!

Last year I was on the announcing side of things and after this week it was nice to be in the dark on what the theme was. As everyone perused the different committee tables and enjoyed some popcorn, pretzels, and candy, the suspense for the announcement built. We even signed on a number of new Partners – including Charlene and Kimberly!

At the end of the evening, this year’s Jump Back Ball co-chairs Samantha and Maurie took the stairs in the Ohio Theatre lobby to present their theme.

So without further adieu…

Maurie and Samantha unveil the Jump Back Ball theme

“Take a RISK, get a CLUE, come have the time of your LIFE … and Jump Back Two Spaces” when Jump Back Ball turns 22 this February!

Scott and I love board games so we were really excited to hear that this year’s event will be board game-themed.

This theme should inspire a lot of fun decor and activities at the event and (of course!) costumes and accessories for attendees.

So save the date for February 23rd, 2013 and keep an eye out for more info about the Ticket Sale Kickoff in the next couple of months.

In the meantime, I’m in need of an escape. We’re heading to the Poconos this weekend to unwind, try our hand at white water rafting and – quite fittingly – play a bit of board games.

See you on the other side!

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