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HARMONY: Prom styled with glitzy 1920s theme

by NICOLE ELLI, Gazette Student News Reporter on May 02, 2014 11:00 AM

WESTOVER — Harmony High School’s prom was held on April 25 at La Ferme Rouge in Patton. As hosts of the prom, the junior class decorated the venue in a 1920s theme, “Putting on the Glitz.”

Shannon Dyda and Logan Sral were voted Prom Queen and King, and Stephanie Maseto, Dylan Kurtz, Josh Lucas, John Polisky, Cheyenne Clark, Candace Rabenstein, Joleen Brink and Logan Davis were voted to prom court as well. Everyone had a great time “Putting on the Glitz”!

On May 8, National Honor Society will pair with the fifth-, eighth- and 11th-grade scholars for a program starting at 6:30 p.m. Teachers have chosen fifth-, eighth- and 11th-graders to receive awards for academic achievement in a variety of subjects and these students will be recognized at the beginning of the program. After the awards ceremony, National Honor Society will induct six new students: Caitlin Roland, Stephanie Maseto, Nicole Elli, Josh McCulley, Josh Lucas and Jonathan Rorabaugh. They will be joining Shannon Dyda, Breanne Stiver and Jordan Kruise, current members.

[PHOTO:  Students from Harmony High School posed for a picture after being elected to Prom Court at this year’s 1920s-inspired prom, whose theme was “Putting on the Glitz.” From left are Candace Rabenstein, Cheyenne Clark, Joleen Brink, Logan Sral (king), Shannon Dyda (queen), Josh Lucas, John Polisky, Logan Davis, Stephanie Maseto and Dustin Kurtz. (Submitted photo/Harmony High School)]

Harmony will be holding a talent show at 7 p.m. on May 16 to benefit the Music Boosters Association. Students are invited to compete in front of a panel of judges, who will determine the winners. In the past, students have sung and played instruments, but students are welcome to show off any of their talents.

Approval auditions will be held on May 12.

The annual Spring Concert will be held on May 23.

The elementary band, elementary chorus, high school band and high school chorus are preparing for a fun-filled concert.

The high school band will be performing three songs, including “Beyond the Darkness” and the suite “Nordic Sketches.” Both choirs are singing popular songs, with the elementary chorus singing “Roar,” by Katy Perry, and the high school singing “Everybody Talks,” by Neon Trees.

May is busy month with all of the exciting events taking place at Harmony.

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