Tonight’s Po-Hi Prom Royalty

Ponca City Now - April 16, 2016 10:59 am

The 2016 Princess Po-Hi Candidates are: Sally Kimbrel, Breonna Sattre, and Karyn Miller.

The 2016 Prince Po-Hi Candidates are Caleb Eyster, Ben Raulston, and Carter Wyatt.

Sally Kimbrel is the daughter of Phylisha and Jeremy Kimbrel. She is an editor for the CatTale Yearbook, a member of the Po-Hi Jazz Choir. Sally plans to attend NOC as a Music Theatre major and will be in the Roustabouts and Madrigal Choirs.

Karyn Miller is the daughter of Lisa and Dean Miller. She is a member of student council, Po-Hi Steppers, F.O.R. Club, and FCA. Karyn plans to attend Oklahoma State University to major in criminal justice.

Breonna Sattre is the daughter of Ryan and Stacey Sattre. She is a member of the PoHi Steppers, 2M2L, and CrimeStoppers. Breonna plans to attend Oklahoma State University to major in engineering.

Caleb Eyster is the son of Karen and Scott Wiehle. He is the vice president of the National Honor Society, president of Student Council, and a member of the baseball team. Caleb plans to attend Oklahoma State University to double major in Mechanical and Aerospace engineering.

Ben Raulston is the son on Don and Tami Raulston. He is a member of the wrestling, football, and track teams, as well as a member of National Honor Society and FCA. Ben plans to attend University of Central Oklahoma to play college football and major in mechanical engineering.

Carter Wyatt is the son of Cathleen Morris and Christopher Wyatt. He is a member of the Po-Hi Chorale and Jazz Choir and an editor of the CatTale yearbook. Carter plans to attend NOC to major in music and will be in the Roustabouts and madrigal choirs.

 

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