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Homecoming Winners Announced by Student Activities Office


Flames lick the fall air during a Homecoming bonfire on the west side of campus A vintage Ford shines during a car show to raise money for the Student Leader Legacy Scholarship fund Homecoming Queen Anna-Marie Manciet, representing ACM Homecoming King Dean Dietrich, escorting his Horticulture Club co-candidate, Emily Turney Homecoming Carnival offers prizes, games, inflatable fun, food and paw-print tattoos Throughout Homecoming Week students, faculty and staff voted for their favorite Homecoming Court candidate by depositing money in that person’s jar. The competition was fierce, according to the Student Activities Office, but the winners emerged. The 2008 Homecoming King and Queen are Dean Dietrich from the Horticulture Club and Anna-Marie Manciet from the Association of Computer Machinery. The top three couples that raised the most money represented the Horticulture Club ($451.22), ACM ($289.22) and PC Alliance ($247.65). This year’s charity, the Lycoming County United Way, will receive $1,986.77 from the combined Homecoming Court’s fundraising efforts. The Homecoming banner-decorating contest produced some very nice banners that were displayed during Saturday’s soccer game. This year’s winner of the banner contest is PC Alliance. Congratulations to all! ( Photographs by Kenneth L. Barto, student photographer)

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