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Westminster College crowns Homecoming King and Queen

Cranberry Township
Gregory Clark, right, a Seneca Valley graduate, and Sarah Carlson, a Penn-Trafford grad, were named as the Homecoming King and Queen at Westminster College last week. Submitted photo
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, 9:02 p.m.
 

Gregory Clark and Sarah Carlson were crowned Westminster College Homecoming King and Queen during the halftime festivities last week.

Clark, a junior mathematics major, is a son of Jeffrey and Shari Clark of Cranberry Township and a graduate of Seneca Valley High School. The Phi Kappa Tau candidate serves his fraternity as the scholarship chairman and is the vice president of Kappa Mu Epsilon. Clark serves on the executive council for the French Club and is a math, physics and French tutor in the Learning Center.

Carlson, a junior, is an early childhood/special education major, is a daughter of Eric Haurilesko and Patricia Carlson-Haurilesko and a graduate of Penn-Trafford High School. The Sigma Kappa candidate is a member of the Titan Marching Band, serves with Habitat for Humanity, and is on the Seekers Core Team.

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