group of candidates have been chosen as the 2014 CHS Prom royalty
contestants. Three seniors were nominated for King and Queen and three
juniors for Prince and Princess.
The three students
nominated for Queen are Claire Brady, J.J. Lee and Emily Percifield; and for
Princess are Carley Lowe, Shelby Snyder and Bethany Van Drie.
Brady is the
daughter of Thomas and Sarah Brady. She is active in track and soccer.
Lee, daughter of
Sangyoung and Esther Lee, is enjoys tennis, running, snowboarding, skiing
and is active in Student Council.
daughter of Arleen Skratsky and Jim Percifield, is active in Speech and
Debate, and enjoys volunteering and traveling.
Lowe, daughter of
Robin and Roberto Martinez and Bob Billick, is active theatre, speech, art
and enjoys helping others.
Snyder, daughter of
John and Barb Snyder, is active in Theatre, National Honor Society, French
club and Choir. She enjoys traveling, baking and singing.
Van Drie, daughter
of Jeff and Katherine Van Drie, is active in swimming, student council and
The three students
nominated for King are Bradley Adkins, Danny Vincent and Mitchell Winey; and
for Prince, Bobby Maletta, Patrick Tilden and Mike Vasconi.
Adkins, son of Dave
and Beth Adkins, enjoys guitar, photography, running and music.
Vincent, son of
James and Lori Vincent, is active in Speech and Debate and is editor of the
arts and entertainment for the Sandscript. He enjoys acting and movies.
Winey, son of Tim
and Margo Winey, is active in soccer and Student Council. He enjoys skiing
Maletta, son of Bob
and Diane Maletta, is active in Speech, National Honor Society, band,
orchestra, jazz band and track. He is a member of the NWI Symphony Youth
Tilden, son of Paul
and Mary Ellen Tilden, is active in baseball, basketball, National Honor
Society and Japanese club.
Vasconi, son of Lou
and Ann Vasconi, is active in golf, football, National Honor Society and
enjoys lifting heavy weights.
junior/senior prom, “Red Carpet Premiere,” will be hosted at the Orak Shrine
in Michigan City on Saturday, May 3. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with check-in
from 6-7 p.m. Doors close promptly at 7 p.m. with dinner from 7-8 p.m.
Dancing is from 8-11 p.m.
The Grand March
will be held at Chesterton Middle School Goldsborough Gym at approximately
4:30 p.m. Doors will open for parents at 3:30 p.m. Parents are asked to use
the south parking lots and enter the south Goldsborough Gym. Entrance #20.
Morgan Avenue is reserved for student parking only.