PIQUA — Upper Valley Career Center Student Senate hosted the school’s Annual Spring Dance on Saturday evening, April 1. The dance theme, “Las Vegas Nights,” was portrayed through custom-made props and activities enjoyed by those in attendance.
Twelve junior and 12 senior court attendants were chosen by the Career Center student body to represent each of the Career and Technical Student Organizations.
Hayley Eversman, a Piqua student in Culinary Arts and representing FCCLA, was crowned the 2017 Dance Queen. Eversman is the daughter of Alexa Rodabaugh and the late Dale Eversman. Drew Alt, a senior in Interactive Media from Russia representing BPA was chosen as the Dance King. Alt is the son of Tina Alt.
The Junior Princess and Prince are Macey Richard of Anna, and Blaine Matthews of Troy, both representing FFA on the Dance court. Richard is the daughter of Christina and Mike Richard. Matthews is the son of Frances Fleenor and Joe Matthews.
In addition to the Spring dance the Upper Valley Career Center Student Senate organizes a year-long calendar of community service and fund drives. Student Senate Adviser is Jennifer Henke of Fort Loramie.