- Florence Foster Jenkins: the Moravian connection
- Local artists will display works at Gretna show
- Cub Scout Pack 44 welcomes kindergartners in new pilot program
- New book a ‘sign’ of hope for local author
- 50 years of art: Lititz Outdoor Fine Art Show set for July 30
- Police departments plan community events
- The ‘Great Eastern Wizard’ of the Park House hotel
- Manheim woodworker crafts bodies for Martin Guitar
- Siblings homeless after being separated 40 years
- Going, going, gone! Local beer events selling out quickly
Who will be queen? WHS announces Homecoming Court
Warwick High School recently selected its 2012-13 Homecoming court. The winner will be announced at the Homecoming game against Penn Manor on Oct. 19. The candidates in alphabetical order, are:
Kalgi is the daughter of Kirti and Hemant Amin of Lititz.
A senior, Kalgi is involved in the following school organizations: CIA secretary, German Honor Society secretary, Aevidum vice president, Interact Club, National Honor Society, soccer, playing violin in the orchestra and being on the dance committee.
She also volunteers in the community with the Rotary Club of Lititz.
Her future plans include opening up a successful dental practice and traveling the world.
Kalgi’s escort for the Homecoming game will be her father, Hemant Amin.
Brooke is the daughter of Peter and Ruth Ann Bunton of Lititz. She was born in Sussex, England.
A senior, Brooke serves as co-chairman of U.N.I.T.E., captain of the Warriorettes Dance Team and as a teaching assistant to Ms. Carolyn Hoy.
She works part time as a waitress and is a member of the youth group at LCBC. She has been dancing 6-10 hours a week for the past 14 years.
Her future plans are to attend university to study either psychology, marketing or law. She hopes to join her college’s dance team.
Brooke’s escort for the Homecoming game will be her father, Peter Bunton; she will be escorted to the dance by Drew Baker.
Jordan is the daughter of Jeff and Kim Conrad of Lititz.
A senior, Jordan is co-captain of the Warriorettes Dance Team.
Her outside activities are numerous. She is a former Jr. Councilperson for the Lititz Borough Council and volunteers for the Romney Presidential campaign. She served as a guest page at the House of Representatives and is a member of the 193rd Special Operations Wing of the Air Force National Guard. She also dances with Dance Dynamix.
Jordan plans to attend basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, then a college for criminal justice. She hopes to pursue a career in federal law enforcement.
She will be escorted to the Homecoming dance by her father, Jeff Conrad; her escort for the dance will be Anthony Boak.
Reagan is the daughter of Jeff and Kim Conrad of Lititz.
A sophomore, she is involved in the Leos club, distinguished honor roll, Hype. She is on the girls’ lacrosse team and a member of PALS.
Outside of school, Reagan volunteers for Toys for Tots and the Romney Presidential campaign. She is employed by Tropical Smoothie Cafe.
After graduation, Reagan plans to attend college in Florida to study business and political science, and further her interest in politics and fashion.
She will escorted to the Homecoming game by her father, Jeff Conrad; her escort to the dance will be Brogan Galbreath.
Sara is the daughter of John and Cheryl George of Lititz.
A senior, Sara is a member of National Honor Society and National Business Honor Society. She is treasurer of the student council and co-president of the National French Honor Society. She is also secretary of the Lititz Leos Club.
Sara is a competitive horseback rider who shows her horse up and down the east coast. She qualified for Zone 11 finals, to be held Oct. 21. Sara volunteers at Greystone Manor Therapeutic Riding Center and also cooks food at Lebanon Rescue Mission. Sara helped tutor a refugee family this summer. She was chosen by Lititz Woman’s Club as senior of the month for this coming January.
Sara plans to attend a four-year university to study pre-veterinary science. She then plans on going to vet school to become an equine veterinarian.
She will be escorted to the Homecoming game by her father, John George.
Sophie is the daughter of Patti and Jeff Greger of Lititz.
A senior, Sophie serves as secretary of the senior class, is a member of Club U.N.I.T.E and the National Art Honor Society.
She volunteered at Lancaster General Hospital in the summer of 2012 and open campus during the first semester of the 2012-12 school year. She is employed part-time by McElroy’s Pharmacy. A member of the Leos Club, she also volunteered at S. June Smith Pediatric Rehab pre-school in Mt. Joy.
Sophie plans to attend college after high school to major in occupational therapy. She one day hopes to be a pediatric occupational therapist.
She will be escorted to the Homecoming dance by her father, Jeff Greger; her escort to the dance will be Breshon Martzall.
Hannah is the daughter of Ken and Laurie Grove of Lititz.
A senior, Hannah is a member of Warwick’s Interact volunteer club and captain of the varsity Track & Field team, where she was named top female points earner during her junior year. She is a senior teacher assistant with Mrs. Gleason and will be participate in open campus at Lititz Community Center in the spring. She has been an honor roll student throughout high school.
Hannah is employed as a nanny for Dave and Nikki Shaffer and attends LCBC in Manheim where she has participated in various youth mission projects throughout Lancaster County.
Her future plans include attending college to become an occupational therapist.
She will be escorted to the Homecoming game by her father, Ken Grove; her escort to the dance will be Robbie Stoudt.
Lindsey is the daughter of Ken and Karen Lefever of Lititz.
A freshman, Lindsey is a member of the basketball and track teams. She also plays soccer outside of school.
Lindsey plans to attend a four-year college after graduation.
Her escort to the Homecoming game will be her father, Ken Lefever; she will be escorted to the dance by Kyle Perezous.
Luree is the daughter of Andrew and Tawni Martin of Lititz.
A senior, Luree is a member of the varsity girls soccer team, the yearbook staff and U.N.I.T.E.
She attends LCBC church and plays soccer with Penn Legacy.
Luree aspires to attend college to study nursing, and one day get married and have a family.
She will be escorted to the Homecoming game by her father, Andrew Martin; her escort to the dance will be Addison Good.
Madeline is the daughter of Erik and Jackie Schouten of Lititz.
A senior, Madeline is on the high school swim team and a member of PALS. She is a district and state qualifier, as well as the LL-League breaststroke champion and record holder for the 200 medley relay.
Outside of school, Madeline was nominated to and attended the National Youth Leaders state conference. She attends LCBC church, swims for Five Star Swim Club year round and works and swims for Woodridge Swim Club. She enjoys going to the beach, traveling and surfing.
Madeline plans to attend a four-year college to swim and possibly major in speech pathology. She eventually hopes to marry, have a family and see the world.
Her escort to the Homecoming game will be her father, Erik Schouten; she will be escorted to the dance by Adam Ricky Brinkman.
Lauren is the daughter of Kelly Stork, Matt Schlegel and the late Larry Stork of Lititz.
A junior, Lauren is involved in Interact, U.N.I.T.E. and Pals. She is a member of the lacrosse team.
She is employed as a dietary service aid at Moravian Manor.
Lauren plans to attend a four-year college to study psychology. She hopes to one day work with disabled children.
Her escort to the Homecoming game will be her step-father, Matt Schlegel; she will be escorted to the dance by Justin Mitchell.
Greta is the daughter of Lim and Lisa Weidemoyer of Lititz.
A senior, Greta is the captain of the girls volleyball team and a member of the basketball team. She is secretary of the National Honor Society, a member of the Young Women’s Book Club, debate club and TSA/JETS. She has been on the distinguished honor roll throughout high school and was recently chosen by the Lititz Woman’s Club as a senior of the month.
Greta plays club volleyball and is a member of the Lititz Church of the Brethren youth group.
She plans to attend a four-year college and study physical therapy.
Greta will be escorted to the Homecoming game by her father, Jim Weidemoyer. More HOMECOMING, page A15
About Lititz Record
Never. Lose. Hope.
Drug addiction is everyone’s problem. The nationwide epidemic is well...
- Posted March 17, 2016
Serving You Is Our Business, Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top Condition
- Posted August 27, 2016
Stray finds home
Stray Production Services is one of the first local...
- Posted August 26, 2016
Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top Condition
Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top Condition...
- Posted August 25, 2016
Last Chance for Summer at Fiorentino’s
Last Chance for Summer at Fiorentino’s As summer winds down,...
- Posted August 25, 2016
Don’t surrender to addiction
Letter to the Editor: Never give up! About two months...
Boomers need more room: 55-plus development plans to expand; traffic and fate of 1812 farmhouse among concerns
Three years ago when Traditions of America, an age restricted...
Cultural confluence: Indian-American festival in Lititz Springs Park
By Laura Knowles If you happened to be strolling...
Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top Condition
Let May’s Service Center Keep Your Vehicle in Top...
- August 25, 2016
Beth’s Story: Commentary on an epidemic that hits close to home
“Beth’s Story” is the first in a five-part monthly...
- February 18, 2016
Ronald Lee Sandhaus, 69, popular Lititz police officer, HAM radio enthusiast
Ronald Lee Sandhaus, 69, 533 Spring Avenue, Lititz, passed...
- July 23, 2014