Salem High School Students to Attend PromThe Salem Community High School Prom is Friday night from eight until midnight in B.E. Gum Gymnasium. The them this year is 'Enchanted Under the Stars'. The colors representing the teme are purple, gold and black. Introductions, welcome, and two singers will start at 9:15 with coronation beginning at 9:30. The Grand March will immediately follow the coronation with the last two singers following the Grand March. Retiring King Zach Hays and Retiring Queen Charli Decker will lead the coronation.
Senior candidates are Ashton Woodward and Zephrem Conrad, Chelsey Burroughs and Quintin Goostree, Alexa Garden and Scott Helm, Lauren Hays and Nick Conklinand Cassie Brashear and Chase Boozer. Junior Attendants are Jaclyn Bowerman and Mason McIntosh, Sasha Maynard and Triston Holmes, Lexi Crawford and Brandon Stuber, Esther Schwanemann and Nic Helm and Ashley Bachman and Coleton Harness. The name barers are Aubrey Bandy, the daughter of Eric and Kelly Bandy and Kyler Sapp son of Lynnsey and Grant Heinzmann and Josh Sapp.
Spectators may buy reserved tickets for the gym's chair seats for the night of Prom in front of the main office from 7:30 to 8 am through Friday morning. Ticket prices will be $5 for reserved chair seats. The night of prom any unsold reserved chair seat tickets will be sold at the door along with general admission for bleacher seats. The cost for bleacher seats is $3 per person.
As in past years, no parent or spectators will be allow to walk on the gym floor during prom. Professionally-made DVDs will be available for purchase and may be ordered in advance when reserved chair seat tickets are being sold in front of the main office or at the ticket booth the evening of Prom. Individuals videotaping will not be allow to use the school's power outlets due to overloading of circuits.
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