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Junior Prom


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Prom Queen, Callie Seely and King Miles Sherman.

The Emery High Junior Class held their annual prom on March 4 at the Spartan Center. The students were introduced and then participated in the promenade. They also participated in a parent dance where the girls danced with their fathers and the boys with their mothers. They promenaded in two separate groups.

Junior Class Advisors over prom: Darrell Gardner and J R Nelson.

Junior Class Officers: in charge of prom decorations, Pres. Shontelle Weaver, Vice Pres. Shala Pitchforth, Sec. Becky Doria, social committee, Jackie Greenburg, Ashley Hansen and Callie Seely. Parents helping with decor: Sandy Behling, Laurie Pitchforth and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Weaver, dance choreography and instruction: Darrell Gardner and Nadene Hinkins.

Prom Royalty: King - Miles Sherman Queen-Callie Seely; first attendant -Luke Stoddard -first attendant-Jackie Greenburgh; second attendant- Josh Eden-second attendant-Nancy Winder.

Prom Royalty:

King - Miles Sherman Queen-Callie Seely;

first attendant -Luke Stoddard -first attendant-Jackie Greenburgh;

second attendant- Josh Eden-second attendant-Nancy Winder.


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