MVCTC names prom royalty


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The 2018 MVCTC Prom Court is back row, left to right, Noah Rohling, Keir Wambo, Ben Lawson, Peyton Philips, Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Logan Hayes; front row, left to right, Chantel Banks, Shelby Perkins, Guadalupe Arrona, Christina Johnson, Keara Tellis, and Morelia Balli.

The 2018 MVCTC Prom Court is back row, left to right, Noah Rohling, Keir Wambo, Ben Lawson, Peyton Philips, Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Logan Hayes; front row, left to right, Chantel Banks, Shelby Perkins, Guadalupe Arrona, Christina Johnson, Keara Tellis, and Morelia Balli.


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MVCTC 2018 Prom King and Queen were announced on Saturday, April 7, at the MVCTC Prom, “An Enchanted Evening.” Shelby Perkins, Graphic Art student from Valley View was crowned queen and Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Criminal Justice student from Vandalia was crowned king.


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ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) 2018 Prom, “An Enchanted Evening” was Saturday, April 7, 2018. The MVCTC Prom Court included a male and female candidate nominated by each of the MVCTC Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO).

The 2018 Prom Court was:

BPA Candidates Morelia Balli, Medical Office Management student from Huber Heights, and Logan Hayes, Sports Management & Marketing student from Miami East;

FFA Candidates Christina Johnson, Veterinary Science student from Huber Heights and Ben Lawson, Diesel Power Technologies student from Brookville;

HOSA Candidates Keara Tellis, Biotechnology student from Huber Heights and Peyton Phillips, Biotechnology student from Northwestern;

SkillsUSA Chapter 1 Candidate Guadalupe Arrona, Cosmetology student from Mississinawa Valley;

SkillsUSA Chapter 2 Candidates Shelby Perkins, Graphic Art student from Valley View and Keir Wambo, Photography student from National Trail;

SkillsUSA Chapter 3 Candidates Chantel Banks, Firefighter/EMS student from Carlisle, Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Criminal Justice student from Vandalia;

SkillsUSA Chapter 4 Candidate Noah Rohling, Electrical Trades student from Northmont.

The MVCTC 2018 Prom King and Queen were announced on Saturday, April 7, as Shelby Perkins from Graphic Art and Daiton Vinson-Sharp from Criminal Justice.

The 2018 MVCTC Prom Court is back row, left to right, Noah Rohling, Keir Wambo, Ben Lawson, Peyton Philips, Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Logan Hayes; front row, left to right, Chantel Banks, Shelby Perkins, Guadalupe Arrona, Christina Johnson, Keara Tellis, and Morelia Balli.
https://www.englewoodindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2018/04/web1_Prom-1.jpgThe 2018 MVCTC Prom Court is back row, left to right, Noah Rohling, Keir Wambo, Ben Lawson, Peyton Philips, Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Logan Hayes; front row, left to right, Chantel Banks, Shelby Perkins, Guadalupe Arrona, Christina Johnson, Keara Tellis, and Morelia Balli. Contributed photo

MVCTC 2018 Prom King and Queen were announced on Saturday, April 7, at the MVCTC Prom, “An Enchanted Evening.” Shelby Perkins, Graphic Art student from Valley View was crowned queen and Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Criminal Justice student from Vandalia was crowned king.
https://www.englewoodindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2018/04/web1_Prom-2.jpgMVCTC 2018 Prom King and Queen were announced on Saturday, April 7, at the MVCTC Prom, “An Enchanted Evening.” Shelby Perkins, Graphic Art student from Valley View was crowned queen and Daiton Vinson-Sharp, Criminal Justice student from Vandalia was crowned king. Contributed photo

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For more information about MVCTC, visit www.mvctc.com.

For more information about MVCTC, visit www.mvctc.com.