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PCHS homecoming slated for next week

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Students chosen as royalty for the Pierce City High School basketball homecoming on Feb. 5 are shown above. Selected by their classmates, front row from left, are: Allison Schlup, junior attendant; Maggie Lawson, senior candidate; Courtney Weibel, freshman attendant. Back row: Rebecca Younker, senior candidate; Katelyn Thompson, sophomore attendant; and Lindsey Dieckhoff, senior candidate. [Times Photo by Darla Damrill]
Pierce City High School students will be celebrating the 2010 basketball homecoming festivities from Feb. 1 through Feb. 5.

This years theme will be "Controlled Chaos," which simply means crazy, wild and spirited with a hint of order. In observance of the festivities, the Pierce City student body will kick off the week with daily spirit-boosting activities.

Monday will mark the beginning of festivities by playing chaotic-sounding songs between classes, which students will attempt to guess the artist and the title of each song. Tuesday will find students expressing themselves by wearing assorted crazy knee socks.

On Wednesday, each class of students will be working together by decorating school hallways in a chaotic theme. Thursday's event, which will be deemed as Crazy Multiplicity Day, will consist of a large group of students dressing identically.

On Friday, students will declare the traditional Green Pride Day by portraying green and white colors with a crazy chaotic twist.

Senior homecoming candidates for queen include:

* Lindsay Dieckhoff, daughter of Tim and Barbara Dieckhoff, is involved in the National Honor Society (NHS), Future Business Leaders of American (FBLA), Future Farmers of America (FFA), Family Community and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA), Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Student Council (STUCO) and Spanish Club.

* Maggie Lawson, daughter of Travis Lawson and Mike and Glo Abramovitz, is involved in FCCLA and is the president of the Spanish Club.

* Rebecca Younker, daughter of Carl and Judy Younker, is involved in the Book Club, Softball, FFA, Student Council, Math League, Spanish Club, NHS, FCA, Scholar's Bowl and Sts. Peter and Paul Church youth group.

Homecoming attendants include:

* Freshman Courtney Weibel, daughter of Aaron and Cindy Weibel, is involved in FBLA, FCCLA and the Book Club.

* Sophomore Katelyn Thompson, daughter of Tony and Kristen Thompson, is involved in FBLA and volleyball.

* Junior Allison Schlup, daughter of Larry and Jodi Schlup, is involved in NHS, FCA and track.

Coronation is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 5 at approximately 6:45 p.m. and will be held between the Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball games.

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