Perry Central set to crown homecoming royals Friday night

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LEOPOLD – The 2012 Perry Central football homecoming ceremony will be held at halftime of the varsity football game vs. Tell City Sept. 14. Game time is 7 p.m.
The senior classmates selected their queen and king candidates. The entire high-school student body will vote on who will be crowned queen and king.


Queen candidates:
Samantha Binkley is the daughter of Jerry and Jennifer Binkley of St. Croix. During high school, Binkley has been involved in dance club, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, baseball manager, yearbook staff, art club and International Club. In her spare time, she enjoys writing, painting, photography and being with friends and family. After graduation from high school, Binkley plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana and double major in photography and journalism and minor in creative writing.
Jennifer Kemp of Apalona is the daughter of Dennis and Tammy Kemp. Throughout her high-school career, Kemp has participated in volleyball, track, Students Taking Action Not Drugs, National Honor Society, Big Brothers-Big Sisters and German club. During her spare time, Kemp enjoys camping and being with friends. After she graduates from high school, she plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana and major in accounting.
Marlena Smogulecka of Poland is staying with host parents Jerry and Melisa Craig of rural Tell City. This school year she has been active in cross-country and dance.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, dance, sports, riding horses, singing and traveling. 
After high school graduation, Smogulecka plans to attend university in Poland or Spain.
King candidates:
Nathan Bashor is the son of Dwaine and Martha Bashor of Bandon. During high school, he has been involved in cross-country, National Honor Society, golf, Students Taking Action Not Drugs, Key Club, German club, Boy Scouts, 4-H and soccer.  During his spare time, he enjoys running, fishing, biking and hunting. Bashor’s future plans after graduation from high school are to attend college and major in health sciences.
Logan Dauby of Leopold is the son of Gerald and Julie Dauby. Throughout high school, Dauby has been involved in track and field, student council, 4-H, baseball, Future Farmers of America, National Honor Society, Big Brothers-Big Sisters and Students Taking Action Not Drugs. In his spare time, he enjoys dirt bike riding, boating, fishing and hanging out with friends. Dauby plans to attend college after graduation from high school. 
Derek Thomas is the son of Jason and Natasha Thomas of rural Troy. During high school, Derek has participated in baseball, basketball, National Honor Society, Students Taking Action Not Drugs, Key Club, Big Brothers-Big Sisters and Spanish, art and pep clubs. During his spare time, he enjoys disc golfing.  Thomas’ future plans after high school graduation are undecided.