Luverne High School set for homecoming activities
SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL
Luverne High School will celebrate homecoming October 1, 2010. The Class of 2001 will be honored guests for all the day’s activities.
A reception will be held for the returning class at 10:00 a.m. in the high school auditorium.
Formal presentation of the queen and her court will be at 11:00 A.M. in the gymnasium. A homecoming parade will begin at 1:30 p.m.
Hors d’oeuvres will be served to the returning class Friday night in the Cafeteria and they will be special guests at the LHS – Slocomb football game that night.
Reigning over the day’s activities is Homecoming Queen Kelsey Stephens. Kelsey, a senior, is the daughter of Ms. Wanda Stephens and Mr. Donnie Stephens.
Members of her royal court are: Senior Attendant – Miss Aspen Stough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Greenwood, Junior Attendant – Kelsey May daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Alexander and Kenneth Kennedy , Sophomore Attendant – Miss Allison Riley daughter of Al Riley and Sara Marcum and Freshmen Attendant is Miss Virginia Allison daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Allison. Scepter bearer is Little Miss Camryn Sanders daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Sanders. Crown bearer is Master Ashley Tate son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Tate.
Football sweethearts for 2010 are Miss Shae Earl, daughter of Willie and Clara Earl and Mackenzie Blackmon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Blackmon.
These young ladies are members of the senior class and were selected by the LHS football team.
Football spirits are Little La’Erykal Harrell daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Harrell and
Jordan Parks son of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Parks.