ENTERTAINMENT

It's Greencastle-Antrim High School prom time

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Candidates for Prom King and Queen are, from left, front row: Shelby Trail, Aeriel Crook, Abbey Pool, Tessa Cordell. Back row: Joey Smith, Andrew Smith, Matt Montedoro and Ashtin Byers.

The Junior Class of Greencastle-Antrim High School will host the Junior-Senior Prom on Saturday, May 3 from 7-10 p.m. at Green Grove Gardens. This year’s theme will be “A Gatsby Affair.”

Prom court was chosen by popular vote among the senior class and announced on Tuesday to the student body. This year’s court consists of the following candidates for prom queen: Tessa Cordell, Aeriel Crook, Abbey Pool and Shelby Trail.

Candidates for prom king are Ashtin Byers, Matt Montedoro, Andrew Smith and Joey Smith. The boy and girl with the highest number of votes will be crowned Prom King and Prom Queen near the beginning of the evening.

The prom will feature several photograph opportunities for the students including a photo booth and traditional prom portraits. Music for the evening will be provided by Ryan Stahl of RS Entertainment.

The candidates

Shelby Trail, daughter of Tanya and Joe Trail, plans to attend Gettysburg College and major in International Affairs and Spanish. She hopes to work with immigration services in the future.

Aeriel Crook, daughter of Max and Tammy Crook, plans to attend California University of Pennsylvania where she will major in early childhood education. She hopes to teach pre-kindergarten through fourth grade students some day.

Abbey Pool, daughter of Marc and Mary Lou Pool, plans to attend Bloomsburg University, but is undecided as to her major.

Tessa Cordell, daughter of Brian and Andrea Cordell, plans to attend Shippensburg University, but she has not yet chosen her major.

Joey Smith, son of Joseph and Melissa Smith, plans to attend Shippensburg University where he will major in computer engineering. He hopes to work in information technology in the future.

Andrew Smith, son of Jason and Kim Smith, is currently a student at Franklin County Career and Technology Center for information systems technology. Following an internship through FCCTC, he hopes to enter the work force.

Matt Montedoro, son of Michael and Tracy Montedoro and Beth and Greg Kennedy, plans to attend the University of Pittsburgh to major in industrial engineering.

Ashtin Byers, son of Troy and Amy Byers, plans to attend Frederick Community College where he will major in construction management.