Congratulations to Britney Atebe, who was named 2018 Manheim Township High School Homecoming Queen during halftime of the MT vs Warwick football game on Friday, October 5, 2018.
Published on October 1, 2018
Manheim Township High School will kick-off its annual homecoming celebration on Friday, October 5, 2018. Festivities will take place in conjunction with the Manheim Township home football game against Warwick School District. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. The Manheim Township Homecoming Queen will be crowned during the half-time ceremonies by 2017 Homecoming candidate, Janice Kim
The 2018 Manheim Township High School Homecoming candidates are: Britney Atebe, Camryn Bryan, Ashlyn Campagna, Emma Dieterle, Lauren Kaufman, Avery Kohl, Lindsey Kohl, and Lucy Svetec.
The Manheim Township Homecoming Dance will take place on Saturday, October 6th at 7:00 pm at the high school.
Britney Atebe is the daughter of Pamela Angogo and Patrick Atebe. Britney is president of the Amnesty International and a member of the morale committee of MiniTHON. She is member of the Kenyan Christian Fellowship of America. Britney plans to attend college and study International Studies and Political Science.
Camryn Bryan is the daughter of Daniel and Kimberlee Bryan. Camryn plays the cello in the Orchestra, is a member of National Honors Society, president of Operation Smile Club, and on the design committee for MiniTHON. Camryn dances with Encore Dance Center. Camryn plans to attend college.
Ashlyn Campagna is the daughter of Scott and Shannon Campagna. Ashlyn is captain of the varsity field hockey team and the varsity lacrosse team, member of design committee for the MiniTHON, Blue Streak Connections Leadership committee, and National Honors Society. Ashlyn is a clinic coach with Xtreme Lacrosse Club and coaches youth field hockey. In addition to the school teams, Ashlyn plays Xtreme Lacrosse and Nook Field Hockey. She plans to attend American University to play field hockey.
Emma Dieterle is the daughter of Keith and Barbara Dieterle. Emma is a member of the National Honor Society, Vice President of the Key Club, and captain of the girls cross country team. Emma volunteers with the Appalachia Service project. Emma is planning to attend college and major in Business.
Lauren Kaufman is the daughter of Nathan and Catherine Kaufman. Lauren is lieutenant governor for the Pennsylvania Key Club. She is chairperson for the food committee for the MiniTHON. Lauren plans to attend college to study nursing.
Avery Kohl is the daughter of Chad and Jennifer Kohl. Avery is a member of the girls soccer team, overall chair for MiniTHON and leader of FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes). She coaches youth soccer. Avery plans to attend college and pursue a career in nursing.
Lindsay Kohl is the daughter of Chad and Jennifer Kohl. Lindsay is the secretary of Student Council, overall chairperson for MiniTHON, captain of the varsity soccer team and a leader of FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes). Lindsay coaches youth soccer and volunteers with Reamstown Church of God youth group. Lindsay plans to attend college and pursue a major in Political Science.
Lucy Svetec is the daughter of David Svetec and Elizabeth Horenkamp. Lucy is a class officer, captain of the varsity lacrosse team and the varsity volleyball team, head of the morale committee for MiniTHON, organizer for Powderpuff, member of the Interact Club and a member of the National Honor Society. Lucy also is a clinic coach and club player with Extreme Lacrosse. Lucy plans to attend Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania to study business and play lacrosse.