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LEOPOLD – The 2013 Perry Central Football Homecoming ceremony will be held at halftime of the varsity football game with West Washington Friday evening. Game time is 7 p.m.
Their fellow senior classmates selected the queen and king candidates. The entire high-school student body chooses the queen and king.
The queen candidates are:
Taysia Fulkerson is the daughter of Rodney and Mary Fulkerson of Cannelton. During high school, she was involved in track, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, National Honor Society, Students Taking Action Not Drugs and pep club. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running and hanging out with friends.
After graduation from high school, Fulkerson plans to attend Indiana University and pursue a career in the medical field.
Jacqueline Trowbridge of rural Tell City is the daughter of Tina Roberson and Robert Trowbridge. While in high school, she has participated in Students Taking Action Not Drugs, key club, yearbook and Jobs for America’s Graduates.
During her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing and traveling. After she graduates from high school, Trowbridge plans to attend college and major in journalism and media broadcasting.
Laura Wiles is the daughter of Larry and Harriet Wiles of St. Marks. Throughout her high-school career, Laura was involved in cheerleading, gymnastics and Big Brothers-Big Sisters. In her spare time Wiles enjoys reading.
Her future plans after graduation from high school are to attend college and study elementary education.
King candidates are:
Alton Cummings of Doolittle Mills is the son of Charlie Cummings and Mary Allen. During high school, he was involved in baseball, basketball and the School Wellness Awareness Team. In his spare time, she enjoys swimming, running and reading.
Cummings’ future plans after graduation from high school are to attend the University of Southern Indiana and major in business administration.
Andrew Huber of Leopold is the son of Tim and Susan Huber. Throughout his high school career, he was involved in National Honor Society, key club, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, basketball and track. He enjoys tennis, golf, bowling, weightlifting and being with his friends in his spare time.
After high-school graduation, Andrew plans to attend college where he hopes to run track and major in business.
Bryce Lain is the son of Jerry and Gretchen Lain of Gatchel. While in high school, Bryce has participated in cross country, track, key club, National Honor Society, SWAT, 4-H and Spanish Club.
In his spare time, he enjoys camping, boating, hunting and fishing. Lain’s future plans after graduation from high school are to attend Indiana State University and major in business.