Plum students dance the night away at prom |

Plum students dance the night away at prom

Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Gia Tavella and friends danced the night away at the Omni William Penn Ballroom, site of this year’s Plum High School prom, on Friday, May 10.
Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Plum’s prom court included Jenna Montgomery, Alex Anderson, Lorna Shebeck, Josephine Zummo, Alyssa Schofield, Delanee White, and Allyson Harrison; and Denny Ayers, Jacob Carradine, Jesse Cook, Max Majocha, Luke Gildea, Tyler Gallagher and Chrisitan Jones. Lorna Shebeck and Tyler Gallagher were crowned queen and king of Plum High School’s prom on May 10.
Lillian Dedomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Plum High School senior Maria Walcutt and her escort, Max Majocha, junior, head into the Omni William Penn Ballroom, this site of this year’s prom, on Friday, May 10.

Plum High School’s prom was held May 10 at the Omni William Penn Hotel.

A 5 p.m. promenade preceded the dance.

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