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2008 homecoming court

2008 Geneva College Homecoming Court 
2008 Homecoming Court from left to right: Havilah Mohler, Micah Yarger, Julia Johnston, Barnabas Prontnicki, Tayler Longo, Conlan Walsh, Ashley Luciano, Rachel Drake, Micah Wright, Lindsay Moore and Jonathan Patrick Mulligan. Not pictured above: Alex Shaver 

BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – Geneva College is pleased to announce its 2008 homecoming court.

The court, comprised of representatives from each class, was honored on Saturday, Oct. 4 during Geneva’s football game against Washington & Jefferson. The 2008 homecoming king and queen were also crowned during the festivities.

The court represented the college’s grand tradition of electing those students who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to contribute to their school.

2008 Geneva College Homecoming King Alex Shaver & Queen Lindsay Moore 
2008 Homecoming King Alex Shaver and Queen Lindsay Moore. 
Seniors on court included Alex Shaver (Wellington, Oh.), Micah Wright (Pompey, NY.), Jonathan Patrick Mulligan (Corry, Pa.), Ashley Luciano (Shirley, NY.), Rachel Drake (McDonald, Pa.) and Lindsay Moore (Sarver, Pa.). Alex Shaver, a student ministry major, and Lindsay Moore, a business / human resources major, were crowned this year’s homecoming king and queen, respectively.

The juniors on the court were Conlan Walsh (Somerset, Pa.) and Tayler Longo (Pittsburgh, Pa.). Sophomores on the court were Barnabas Prontnicki (Maple Glen, Pa.) and Julia Johnston (Stevensville, Md.). Freshmen on court were Micah Yarger (Elizabethtown, Pa.) and Havilah Mohler (Elliottsburgh, Pa.).

Geneva College is a comprehensive Christian college of the arts, sciences and professional studies. Founded in the tradition of the Reformed Christian faith, Geneva prepares students to serve Christ in all areas of society: work, family and the church. Geneva is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).


 

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