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'Simply Classic' at Hampton prom

| Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Louis Raggiuinti | Pine Creek Journal
Ben Smith, Nicole Usner, Elise Brado and Freddy Hewitt were all smiles as they prepared for a fun night at the Hampton Prom.
Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal
Kristen Anderson and Henry Arch made a handsome-looking couple.
Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal
Natalie Vogel and Michael Pfefferle-Gillot made a grand entrance as they arrived for the prom walk to kickoff the 2013 Hampton Prom.
Kat Omecene and Nathan Sloan posed for some photos.
Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal
Natalie Haubach and David Schellin showed up ready for a fun night of festivities with classmates.
Louis Raggiunti | Pine Creek Journal
Dale Miller, Kelley Bittner, Sarah Petrovich and Richard Smith shared a moment together prior to the start of prom.

Hampton students converged on the high school to take part in the annual prom walk where friends and family were on hand to take photos. The students then traveled to Pittsburgh for the prom, which took place at the Omni William Penn under the theme “Simply Classic.” But the evening didn't end there as the teens then traveled back to the high school for a swashbuckling after prom celebration that was themed “Hampton on the High Seas.”

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