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      The only “teen friendly” thing I can think of is a “Mall party” Have a
      handful of friends meet at the best local mall and do food court pizza, a
      scavenger hunt, maybe a movie etc. We have a mall that is huge and I’ve
      seen teen parties doing this the kids seem to be having fun. You do need a
      few more parents helping with this party just to supervise (especially if
      you do a scavenger hunt – one needs to go with each group) But the kids get
      a kick out of hangin’ at the mall, seeing friends and afterward you can take
      a select handful of girls home for the slumber party part of it. Give all
      the kids a disposo camera and let them have fun taking pictures of the fun,
      the scavenger hunt, whatever. I don’t know that this would be much cheaper
      than $100 at Embassy suites but you could accommodate more friends.

      Something I’ve been planning on for DD’s 13th birthday for years now (she is
      currently 10) will be a budget buster but worth it. I want to rent a
      stretch limo for a few hours and have it pick her and a few friends up at
      our house take them to a movie and dinner somewhere. We would go too, but
      follow along in the good ole family car and let the kids have a ball in the
      limo. DD doesn’t know this yet, I’m waiting to surprise her with it in 2
      years. 😉 She is dying to ride in a limo, that is why I want to do it. 😉

      Hope this helps.
      Diane

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