|Two Stewarts crowned at North Baltimore|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 19 October 2013 08:14|
NORTH BALTIMORE - Chelsea Stewart and Zach Stewart were named homecoming royalty at North Baltimore High School on Oct. 11.
Chelsea Stewart is the daughter of Marcie and Jim Stewart. She plays volleyball and softball. After graduation, she plans to attend college and study nursing.
Zach Stewart is the son of John and Dee Stewart. He is a member of the varsity football and varsity baseball team and was voted in as senior class president and student council president. He is also a member of Spanish club and St. Luke's Lutheran Church. In his spare time, he owns and operates Stewart's Lawncare and Snow Removal. He is currently undecided about his plans after graduation.
Senior attendants included Rebecka Adkins, Ethan Nominee, Hanna Brian and Garrett Boyer.
Adkins is the daughter of Matthew and Lisa Adkins. She is involved in choir, drama club, solo and ensemble, softball, and Teen Institute. In the community, she is involved with NBSA, dance team, girl guards, and the Order of the Rose clan. She is also a five-year graduate corps cadet. Upon graduation, she plans to go to the Ohio Christian University and major in music education and through their worship leadership program receive an associate of arts minor.
Nominee is the son of Cindy and Donnie Long. At North Baltimore, he runs cross country and track, is a member of the wrestling team, and does shotput and discus for track. In the future, he plans to attend college to major in business management, minor in accounting and computer applications, then go on to manage and own his own business with his brother.
Brian is the daughter of Rob and Shelley Brian. She is involved in softball, cheerleading, student council, and MAL Leadership. She also plays softball on a travel team. Upon graduation, she plans to attend Bluffton University to major in special education and to continue her softball career.
Boyer is the son of Mike and Amy Boyer. He plays varsity golf and varsity baseball and is also secretary of the senior class and a member of student council, art club, and FCCLA. He is undecided about his plans after graduation.
The junior attendants were Rachel Peters and Jacob Pelton
Peters is the daughter of Bill and Cindy Peters. She plays golf, basketball, and softball for North Baltimore. She is also secretary of the junior class and a member of student council.
Pelton is the son of Jim and Mary Casey and Kirk Pelton. He plays football, basketball, and baseball, and is also a member of student council. He works for Griffith Landscaping and is a member of 4-H.
The sophomore attendants were Kenzie Carles and Broderick Naugle.
Carles is the daughter of Ty and Kathy Carles. She plays volleyball and runs track for North Baltimore. She is the sophomore president for student council.
Naugle is the son of Amy Yarger and Chris Naugle. He plays football, baseball, and basketball.
The freshmen attendants were Kaelah Woods and Bryce Gunter.
Woods is the daughter of Ryan and Karen Bishop.
Gunter is the son of Krista and Charles Gunter. He plays football, basketball, and baseball for North Baltimore.
Helping with the ceremony were last year's royalty, Ashley Wagner and Joel Swartz.
Wagner is the daughter of Melissa Cross and Shawn Wagner. She attends Lourdes University as a nursing major. She is involved in the nursing learning community, and a member of L.I.N.K. She plans to work as a pediatric nurse once she graduates from Lourdes.
Swartz, is the son of Angie and Tony Swartz. He is a graphic design major at Bluffton University. He is a member of the camerata singers and the improv group on campus. He plans to find a job in advertising and logo design for large companies with freelance work as well.
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