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Mount Pleasant announces 2003 Homecoming Court

Seven girls have been named to the 2003 Mount Pleasant Area High School Homecoming Court. The queen will be crowned Friday when the Vikings host the Uniontown Red Raiders. Members of the court are:

= Ashley Brooke Davis, daughter of David Lynn and Cheryl Shanks of Mount Pleasant. Her school activities include captain of the tennis team, varsity softball, S.A.D.D., Prom Promise, Interact Club, Psych Club, Softball Club and Girls’ Ensemble.

Davis is listed in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She also has been active with Overly’s Country Christmas, Westmoreland County Fair, Passion Play and Youth Ministry.

= Sharalyn Clair DeFlorio, daughter of Ron and Kathy DeFlorio of Southwest. Her school activities include vice president of YEA, color guard and marching band, National Honor Society, Interact Club, S.A.D.D., Toys for Tots, Prom Promise and the National Society of High School Scholars.

DeFlorio is listed in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She also has been active with Overly’s Country Christmas and has helped with church bingo and senior citizen dinners.

= Krystal Ann Harhai, daughter of George and Joyce Harhai of Acme. Her school activities include the Interact Club, powder puff football and S.A.D.D.

Harhai also is listed in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. Outside of school, she enjoys teaching religion and Bible classes to young children.

= Jessica Lynn Humphrey, daughter of David and Judith Humphrey of Century Farms. Her school activities include president of S.A.D.D., treasurer of Psych Club, color guard, concert band, Interact Club, Toys for Tots and Prom Promise.

Humphrey is listed in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. She also has been active with Overly’s Country Christmas, church youth group, American Legion Junior Auxiliary, Westmoreland Manor volunteer, Relay for Life volunteer, PA Clean Roadways volunteer and the Glade Run Christmas program.

= Julie Lynn Roebuck, daughter of Wayne and Kathy Roebuck of Mount Pleasant. Her school activities include Student Council secretary, yearbook editor, Gamma Omega officer, varsity basketball, concert band, student athletic training, S.A.D.D. and the Interact Club.

Outside of school Roebuck is active in her church and the Lion’s Club, and is a recipient of the Rotary Youth Leadership Award.

= Jennifer Nicole Rupp, daughter of Melvin and Rose Rupp of Mount Pleasant. Her school activities include a majorette in the marching band, wind ensemble, Interact Club, S.A.D.D. and volleyball club.

Rupp also has volunteered at Overly’s Country Christmas.

= Chelsea Vuchinich, daughter of George and Denise Vuchinich of Mount Pleasant. Her school activities include captain of the soccer team, secretary of the Psych Club, National Honor Society, Interact Club, Volleyball club, Softball club, YEA, S.A.D.D. and Prom Promise.

Vuchinich also has been active at Overly’s Country Christmas, PA Clean Roadways and St. Florian’s Church.


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