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Students to choose Quaker Valley prom queen, Mr. QV

- Four Quaker Valley High School seniors are vying for the title of 2013 prom queen. They are: (top row; from left) Sierra Perlik and Courtney Kroner; and (bottom row, from left) Morgan Felt and Rachel Silverstein. The queen will be announced during the grand march May 17 at the school. Submitted.
Four Quaker Valley High School seniors are vying for the title of 2013 prom queen. They are: (top row; from left) Sierra Perlik and Courtney Kroner; and (bottom row, from left) Morgan Felt and Rachel Silverstein. The queen will be announced during the grand march May 17 at the school. Submitted.
- Quaker Valley seniors competing for the title of Mr. QV May 10 are: (From top, left to right): Ryan Garbee and Rocco Brown; Dante Piccolo and Jake Pilewicz; Jack McGarry and Burke Moser; Stephen Wei and Roy Hadfield; and Johnathan Roppo and Levi Bowers. Not pictured, Andy House. Submitted.
Quaker Valley seniors competing for the title of Mr. QV May 10 are: (From top, left to right): Ryan Garbee and Rocco Brown; Dante Piccolo and Jake Pilewicz; Jack McGarry and Burke Moser; Stephen Wei and Roy Hadfield; and Johnathan Roppo and Levi Bowers. Not pictured, Andy House. Submitted.

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By Debra Utterback
Tuesday, April 30, 2013, 9:44 p.m.
 

Four Quaker Valley High School seniors will be vying for the title of prom queen and 11 candidates will be competing for the Mr. QV title this year.

Candidates for prom queen include Morgan Felt, Courtney Kroner, Sierra Perlik and Rachel Silverstein.

Seniors voted for prom queen candidates on April 24 and the results will be announced at the Grand March Promenade, which begins at 5:15 p.m. May 17 in the Quaker Valley High School auditorium.

The prom, titled “A Night in Versailles,” will begin at 6 p.m. at the Embassy Suites in Moon Township.

The annual Mr. QV pageant will be held at 7 p.m. May 10 in the high school auditorium.

Competing for the title will be seniors Levi Bowers, Rocco Brown, Ryan Garbee, Roy Hadfield, Andy House, Jack McGarry, Burke Moser, Dante Piccolo, Jake Pilewicz, Johnathan Roppo and Stephen Wei.

Tickets are $7 in advance or $10 at the door. Proceeds from the event, sponsored by the National Honor Society, will benefit the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh.

The emcees for Mr. QV are teachers Jeff Sebastian and Michael Haboush. The panel of judges includes principal Andrew Surloff and teachers Robert Harrah, Kerry McGrath Rita Hoepp and Robin Russell.

For more prom information, visit www.qvsd.org.

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