“Fall into Pink” Homecoming Dance

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Homecoming court’s King and Queen Chase Knepper and Natalie Tousignant

Natalie Tousignant , Staff Writer

This year’s homecoming dance, held on October 18, 2013, was a great success. The theme of the dance, which was “Fall into Pink,” called for a pink apparel dress code, putting a fresh spin on a Hawthorne High School tradition.

Student Council Recording Secretary, Paige Stroh, noted, “People had a good time, and there was a lot of pink. And the DJ rocked!” The DJ to whom she is referring is HHS alum Sal Rametta, who was a hit among the students in attendance.

Danielle Russo, Student Council Advisor, stated, “The feedback from the student body was all positive.”

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2013’s Homecoming Court

In addition to the pink theme, the night was notable in the crowning of the homecoming court. Winners, who are first nominated and then voted on, were: Jared Chichizola and Madison Michalski, freshmen, as Lord and Lady; Abdullah Elailla and Stephanie Sabatello, sophomores, as Duke and Duchess; Jimmy Baratta and Charlee Marie Ciuba, juniors, as Prince and Princess; and Chase Knepper and Natalie Tousignant, seniors, as King and Queen.

The court was officially crowned the day following the dance at halftime at the Bears homecoming football game.