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South Tama County students will travel back in time to when the Greek hero Odysseus returns home from war to win the hand of his beloved Penelope. It is a time of hardship, determination and romance. STC prom goers will celebrate in ancient Greek fashion at their annual prom on Saturday, April 18. The theme of the prom is Greek Odyssey. Several students have had a hand in making this year’s prom even bigger and better than years past. Junior students prom committee members include Tyieshia Arp, Madie Bacon, Kallie Hala, Tieranny Keahna, Brooke Keller, Jordan Knowles, Megan Mann, Kody Meyer, Lia Murillo, Evelyn Nunez, Haley Shope, Natalie Stadler, Belle Tyynismaa, Madison Waterbury and Natalie Wesley. STC staff members Dan Lopez and Marlys Upah are once again serving as the Prom sponsors. As in years past, STC teachers select the Prom candidates. King candidates include Adrian Castanon, Alec Hill, Talon Lamb, Ian Slagle, Robert Tyynismaa, Santiago Villafana, Britton Waldo and Trevor Yuska. Queen Candidates include Erin Clayton, Ericka Dunning, Abby Evans, Raven Hall, Naomi Hoskey, Sadie Kavalier, Laura Novotny and Sydney Upah. The public is invited to attend the Grand March, which begins at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 18, at the high school gym. Students walk the runway to display their prom attire. Following the Grand March is the dance that is held at the Reinig Center from 8:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. After Prom will be held at the high school starting at 12:30 a.m. Activities at after prom include games, a photo booth, an inflatable joust game, and the highly anticipated life size foosball table. A hypnotist will also entertain the students from 3:00 a.m. - 4:00 a.m. Prizes will be awarded throughout the evening. Prizes include but are not limited to TVs, a Go-Pro camera, video game systems, laptops, and an iPad.



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