Po-Hi Prom tonight

Ponca City Now - April 14, 2015 4:25 pm

The 2015 Ponca City High School Prom will be held tonight at the Marland Mansion. The Grand March will begin at 7 p.m.

The theme of the 2015 Ponca City High School Prom is “Great Gatsby” and the colors are gold, black and white.

The Prince and Princess Po-Hi candidates will promenade at the finale of the Grand March and the coronation will immediately follow.

In case of inclement weather, the school will announce any change in plans by 6 p.m. on Saturday evening and will be posted on www.PoncaCityNow.com.

If a change in venue is required due to the weather, the Grand March will take place in Robson Field House. Due to limited space, each Prom attendee is given two “rain-out” tickets for guests to watch the Grand March.

Please be aware that parking at the Marland Mansion is limited to students attending Prom and Prom security only.

In an attempt to get students through the March in a timely fashion, guests are asked not to cause the students to pause for long periods of time for photos.

The coronation will take place immediately following the Grand March, so please be courteous and wait until it concludes before anyone leaves their seat. Please remember to respect the mansion grounds by keeping your area clean. Please wait to leave your seat until the coronation has ended.

The 2015 Princess Po-Hi Candidates are Jaden Hawkins, Susan Rainville-Cottle and Alissa Tapp. The 2015 Prince Po-Hi Candidates are Colby King, Jesse Pershall, and Riley Sells.

Jaden Hawkins is the daughter of Dalana and Jason Hawkins. She has been a four-year letterman in softball and a three-year letterman in basketball. She is a volunteer at the Ponca City Medical Center and a volunteer YMCA Coach for 8 and under baseball. She was a Girls State first alternate. Jaden is escorted by Adam Hoak, the son of Jennifer and Stephen Hoak.

Susan Rainville-Cottle is the daughter of Marci Sullivan and Dyle Cottle. She has been the yearbook editor, a member of the All-School Play, and a part of Panic. She also volunteers at The Ponca City Humane Society. She is being escorted by Avery Jouris, the son of Todd and Carrie Coats.

Alissa Tapp is the daughter of Laurie and Kevin Tapp. She was on the Principal’s Honor Roll for four years. She has been Soccer All-District Honorable Mention for two years, letterman in soccer for four years, defensive player of the year in soccer, and was awarded a scholarship for soccer to Rose State College. She has been a Po-Hi Stepper for four years and is Lieutenant for 2015. She has been part of the All American Kick Company for two years and was part of the National Miss American High Kick in 2015. She is a member of Community Christian Church. Alissa is escorted by Travis Nichols, the son of Stacy Kraft and Rocky Nichols.

Colby King is the son of Stacy and Skye Bergman and Jack King. He has enlisted in the United States Army Reserve. He is a lifeguard at the Ponca City YMCA. He was a Boy’s State Graduate in 2014. Colby is escorted by Jesse McClelland, the son of Lisa Pizzuto and Jeff McClelland.

Jesse Pershall is the son of Rejina James and Stephen Pershall. He is active in filming and acting. He is the editor of the 2015 yearbook. He is a member of the All School Play. He is also an expert at eating an entire bag of Goldfish in one sitting. Jesse is escorted by Allyssa Lambas, the daughter of Don Swopes.

Riley Sells is the son of Becky and Mike Sells. He is a 3-year football letterman and a 3-year baseball letterman. He is a Boys State candidate. He is the vice-president of Ponca City Young Life. He was the 5th grade spelling bee runner-up. Riley is escorted by Abbie Legg, the daughter of Jenni and Matt Legg.


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