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GSC’s 2016 Homecoming Coronation

Glenville State College’s 2016 Homecoming Court Coronation took place at noon on Monday, October 17 in the campus amphitheater. Kellie Kinsinger and Brod Boswell were crowned queen and king.

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GCHS 2016 Homecoming Royalty

 

 

7th grade Prince and Princess

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Levi Self and Malaysia Morgan

8th grade Prince and Princess

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Damon Dobbins and Zoie Harris

9th grade Prince and Princess

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Payton Roberts and Tori Lambert

10th grade Prince and Princess

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Lindsay Chapman and Brandon Pyles

11th grade Prince and Princess

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Jesse Marks and Allex Richison

12th grade Princes and Princesses

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Whitney Rader and Ryan Page



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Alex Jones and Brittany Duskey



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Jared Pritt and Kylie Shuff

Gilmer County High School Homecoming 2015

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GCHS Homecoming Royalty 2015



12th Grade King & Queen Candidates

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MacKenzee Huff & Lucas Steele


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Samantha Young & Ethan Burkhammer


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Alyana Butler & Colby Cunningham

7th Grade

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Paige Arbogast & Logan Canfield

8th Grade

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Hannah Sanders & Holt Thomas

9th Grade

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Hailey Huff & Clayton McCune

10th Grade

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Tori Black & Chris Kennedy

11th Grade

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Lydia Cottrill & Jason Montgomery



HOMECOMING at GCHS

THEME: Red Carpet Hollywood

Monday - September 28, 2015

  • Class Color Day
    • 7th: Blue
    • 8th: Red
    • 9th: Purple
    • 10th: Green
    • 11th: Orange
    • 12th: Black

No scheduled after school events – use the evening to work on class floats


Tuesday - September 29, 2015

  • Twin Day
  • Royalty practice during 2nd block in the bottom parking lot
    • 7th grade: Logan Canfield and Paige Arbogast
    • 8th grade: Holt Thomas and Hannah Sanders
    • 9th grade: Clayton McCune and Hailey Huff
    • 10th grade: Christopher Kennedy and Victoria Black
    • 11th grade: Jason Montgomery and Lydia Cottrill
    • 12th grade: Lucas Steele and Mackenzee Huff
    • Ethan Burkhammer and Samantha Young
    • Colby Cunningham and Alayna Butler
  • Volleyball game at the Sue Morris Sports Complex (5:30-dark) Pay $1 to play!


Wednesday - September 30, 2015

  • Pajama Day
  • Deadline to submit parade forms – 4:00
  • No scheduled after school events—- use the evening to work on class floats


Thursday - October 01, 2015

  • Fictional Character Day
  • Pep rally
  • Bonfire at the Gilmer County Recreation Center (7:30-9:30)


Friday - October 02, 2015

  • Red, White, and Blue Day
  • Parade downtown at 5:00
    • Parade line-up begins at 3:30
  • Football game @ 7:30
    • Presentation of royalty and the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen during halftime at the football game
    • 50/50 raffle at the football game


Saturday - October 03, 2015

  • Homecoming Dance in the GCHS gym (9:00-midnight)
  • Homecoming pictures (7:00-9:00)
  • Royalty picture at 8:30

Homecoming Dance tickets will be on sale during lunch Wednesday, September 23 - Friday, October 02, 2015
Single: $8
Couple: $15

2015 GSC Homecoming Royalty

QUEEN & KING

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Larisa Gordon from Glenville, West Virginia is the 2015 Homecoming Queen. Larisa is a mathematics education major who plans to relocate to Pennsylvania and work in a middle or high school after graduation. She is a member of the GSC Honors Program, serves the Student Government Association as Vice President, is the treasurer of Chi Beta Phi, serves as historian for Pioneers for a Cause, and is a member of Kappa Delta Pi. Larisa studied abroad this summer in England and she hopes to continue traveling in the future. She is the daughter of Daniel and Vicki Gordon. Her nomination was sponsored by Pioneers for a Cause.

Quentin Murphy from Grantsville, West Virginia in Calhoun County is the 2015 Homecoming King. Quentin is a studio art major who, during his time at GSC, has been involved in Pioneers for a Cause, worked as a Resident Assistant, and is currently the Public Relations Executive for GSC’s Student Government Association and the West Virginia Association of Student Governments. After graduation he plans on obtaining a master’s in advertising and communications and working in higher education for a few years before applying for a Director of Art position with Nike. Quentin is the son of Debbie and Jim Murphy. His nomination was sponsored by Pioneers for a Cause.

SENIOR PRINCESSES & PRINCES

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Rachel Morris from Gallipolis, Ohio is one of this year’s senior princesses. Rachel is an early and elementary education major who aims to pursue a Master’s Degree and obtain a teaching job in West Virginia after graduation. During her time at GSC she has been a member of the Pioneer Volleyball Team, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, and the Early Education Student Group. Rachel is the daughter of Bill and Kendi Morris. Her nomination was sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.


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Ezekiel Bonnett from Cox’s Mills, West Virginia is one of this year’s senior princes. Ezekiel is majoring in studio art and digital media and plans to work on a Master’s Degree in art after graduation. Through the GSC Art Club he assisted with the Glenville bench repainting project a few years ago. He would also like to visit Finland. Ezekiel is the son of Heather and Danny Bonnett. His nomination was sponsored by the GSC Art Club, Alpha Rho Tau.


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Jonna Strickland of Cairo, West Virginia in Ritchie County is one of this year’s senior princesses. Jonna is a criminal justice major who plans to obtain a Master’s Degree while pursuing a career in private investigating after graduation. She has been actively involved in the Sigma Pi Xi criminal justice organization, Pioneers for a Cause, and Relay for Life during her time at GSC. When she was 17, Jonna started a cake baking business; she now has hundreds of customers and has greatly enjoyed the experience. She is the daughter of Johnnie and Lynn Strickland. Her nomination was sponsored by Sigma Pi Xi.


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Derrick Woods of Elkins, West Virginia in Randolph County is one of this year’s senior princes. Derrick is a criminal justice major who aims to get a job as a police officer back in his hometown after graduation. He is also getting married in July. During his time at GSC, Derrick has been a member of the Alpha Xi Omega fraternity. He is the son of Arthur and Leah Woods. He was an independent homecoming court nominee.

JUNIOR ROYALTY

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Kennedy Cochran, who hails from Clifftop, West Virginia in Fayette County, is an elementary and special education major at GSC. After graduation she plans to get a Master’s Degree from WVU in gifted education and return to her home county to teach. Kennedy is involved in the Chi Zeta Pi sorority, Kappa Delta Pi honor society, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Baptist Campus Ministry. She also tutors other students in math and is a student worker in the Fine Arts Department. Kennedy is the daughter of Clinton and Lisa Cochran. Her nomination was sponsored by Chi Zeta Pi.


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Brod Boswell is from Birmingham, Alabama. Brod is a behavioral science major who plans to work with deaf children and become a sign language interpreter after graduation. He says Glenville State has friendly professors and staff and cites it as being the place where he met his fiancée. Brod is the son of Deangela Boswell. His nomination was sponsored by GSC Activities.

SOPHOMORE ROYALTY

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Raven Fatool is from Sunbury, Pennsylvania. Raven is an accounting major who aims to obtain CPA certification and work for an accounting firm after graduation. Raven earned an All-Mountain East Conference Honorable Mention in 2014-15 for being an outstanding golfer. She also participates in the Student Athletic Advisory Committee and Phi Beta Lambda. Additionally, Raven has a black belt in ti jitsu. She is the daughter of Gary and Joan Fatool. Her nomination was sponsored by Chi Zeta Pi.


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Travis Hammack is from Spencer, West Virginia in Roane County. Travis is an English education major who plans to teach English and coach wrestling after graduation. He is a member of the GSC Honors Program, participates in theater, and is an ROTC cadet. Travis also serves as alumni coordinator for the Sigma Omega Beta fraternity and will be the editor for the Spring 2016 issue of GSC’s literary magazine the Trillium. He is the son of Fred and Mary Hammack. His nomination was sponsored by Sigma Omega Beta.

FRESHMAN ROYALTY

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Kaylee Howard is from Hartford, West Virginia in Mason County. Kaylee is a criminal justice major and she hopes to attend the criminal justice study abroad trip to London this coming summer. Kaylee currently serves as the secretary of Delta Xi Rho and works part time in the Robert F. Kidd Library. Her sorority recently completed community service projects with the local nursing home and at the Glenville Presbyterian Church Band Bash. She is the daughter of Tracy and James Howard. Her nomination was sponsored by Delta Xi Rho.


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Toby Crawford is from Augusta, West Virginia in Hampshire County. Toby is a biology major who plans to become a pediatrician. He is involved in the Pioneer Shooting Club and the Fishing Club on campus. Toby notes that Glenville feels like his hometown, partly because of the similar rural setting. He is the son of Mary and Randy Crawford. His nomination was sponsored by the Pioneer Shooting Club.

COURT ATTENDANTS

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Grace Adams is the eight-year-old daughter of Matthew and Rachel Adams of Glenville. Grace is a third grader who is active in the Cedarville Centurions 4-H Club. She also participates in acrobatics and tumbling classes that are offered through the GSC Acrobatics and Tumbling Team. Grace is learning how to play the guitar and looks forward to becoming a teacher or doctor when she grows up. Grace’s mother is a GSC graduate and works in the Registrar’s Office. Her grandfather Tim Marks also works at GSC as the Physical Plant Manager.

JP Barr is the five-year-old son of Jason and Kelly Barr of Glenville. He enjoys playing flag football for the Little Pioneers, watching Star Wars and cartoons, and playing baseball. JP attends kindergarten at Glenville Elementary. His father teaches in the Fine Arts Department at GSC and his grandfather, Dr. Peter Barr, serves as president of the institution.

Jobe Carter is the four-year-old son of Jeremy and Brittney Carter of Glenville. He enjoys collecting superheroes, learning new dance moves, and honing his near-perfect ninja fighting skills. He has also drawn numerous pictures for his father’s office on campus. Though he was born in South Carolina, he is a West Virginia native at heart; his mother is from Mason County and his father is from Mercer County. Jobe’s father is a Hidden Promise Scholar Coordinator at GSC.

Ava Lamb is the three-year-old daughter of Matthew and Amanda Lamb of Glenville. Ava loves attending GSC football and basketball games so she can dance with the band and cheer on the Pioneers. She enjoys singing, dancing, swimming, and playing with her two puppies. Ava attends Watch Me Grow Daycare and is part of the youth group at Rock Grove Baptist Church. Ava’s parents are both GSC grads and her mother works in the Robert F. Kidd Library.

A Surprise 50th Birthday Party for Gilmer County Recreation Center Director

On Monday, November 17, 2014, Darrell Ramsey Was Congratulated
by a Group of Friends for His 50th Birthday in a Surprised Birthday Party

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G-Biz™: Pioneer Grill Custume Party - 10.31.14

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Halloween Masquerade Dance - 11.01.14 - Saturday

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SAND FORK ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY - 10.30.14 - Tonight

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TOWN OF SAND FORK

ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2014

PRE-TRICK OR TREAT PARTY - TOWN HALL :  6:00-6:30 PM

Hand Outs for All Kids!!

TRICK OR TREAT IN SAND FORK AREA - 6:30 - 8:00 PM

EVERYONE WELCOME

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TOWN OF SAND FORK

ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARTY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2014

PRE-TRICK OR TREAT PARTY - TOWN HALL :  6:00-6:30 PM

Hand Outs for All Kids!!

TRICK OR TREAT IN SAND FORK AREA - 6:30 - 8:00 PM

EVERYONE WELCOME

Delegate Brent Boggs: Voter Appreciation Picnic - 10.26.14

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