The Vienna High School homecoming will be Friday, Dec. 12, at the school.
The Vienna Eagles will face Hamilton County. The freshman game will start at 5:00, JV game will tip off at 5:45 p.m. followed immediately by the varsity game.
The homecoming king and queen coronation will be held immediately after the varsity game (approximately 9:00 p.m.) in the gymnasium.
A special Homecoming Edition of Vienna High School’s Talon newspaper is included in this issue as a special supplement.
The 2014-15 homecoming queen candidates are: Taylour Daubert, daughter of Dennis and Mary Daubert; Chelsea Mook, daughter of Jeff Mook and the late Stephanie Martin; Rebecca Reeder, daughter of Michael and Mona Reeder; and Courtney Sanders, daughter of Tony and Gayla Sanders.
The king candidate are: Tylour Daubert, son of Dennis and Mary Daubert; Quinnton Bent, son of Chris and Kim Bent; Jerret Blackman, son of Eric and Kim Blackman; and Wyatt Robinson, son of Sheri and the late Jon Robinson.
Attendants for the 2014-15 homecoming will be:
Juniors – Katie White, daughter of Noble and Mary Jane White; Audra Bullock, daughter of Brent Bullock and Elizabeth Taylor; Jarrod Wiggs, son of Ken and Heidi Wiggs; and Ryan Bradley, son of Craig and Leslie Bradley.
Sophomores – Lakin Reed, daughter of Kerry Reed and Debra Helm; Adrienne Bullock, daughter of Brent Bullock and Elizabeth Taylor; Wyatt Graves, son of Donnie and Kathy Graves; and Max Allbritten, son of David and Patty Allbritten.
Freshmen – Briley Shanks, daughter of Alex and Jaye Shanks; Faith Guest, daughter of Jonathan and Rebecca Guest; Nolan Dahncke, son of Marc and Tiffany Dahncke; and Jakob Breeden, son of Kevin and Angie Breeden.
Alyssa Brumley, daughter of Brett and Angela Brumley; and Matt Williams, son of Boyd and Jeanne Williams, will serve as emcees of the coronation ceremony.
Retiring royalty, queen Jessica Buchan and king Nicholas Myers are expected to be present to crown their successors.