This weekend on Sunday, my family celebrated my mom's birthday as well as Mother's Day. We decided to go on the casual route and eat at Max's Eatery in the city.
Max's is a breakfast, lunch and dinner diner. We went there for dinner at 6:30. When we arrived we were greeted by very friendly employees and brought to our table. The menus were on the table so we got to ordering right away.
We started with drinks. My mom and brother got milkshakes, and I got an iced tea.
When it came time to order I went back and forth between a burger on waffles and waffle with sausage and gravy. I decided on the burger sandwiched between waffles and it was definitely a great choice. My mom got a patty melt, my brother got the same as me, and my dad got a form of chili.
Overall, the food was great but the atmosphere was even better. The glowing max's sign made the whole restaurant feel very relaxed. The hustle and bustle of the employees, however, created a nice c…
This year’s prom court consists of seven girls and seven boys. The candidates were nominated by teachers and staff for their participation in class, extracurricular activities, and positive interactions with peers and staff, and commitment to excellence.
Candidates for Prom Queen
Candidates for Prom Queen are Sarah Capoferri, Sarah Deardorff, Marissa Denlinger, Emma Gochnauer, Kristen Herr, Maya Horst, and Esther Landis.
Candidates for Prom King
Candidates for Prom King are Johnny Franklin, Patrick Holmes, Ezra Mellinger, Jansen Miller, Matthew Monroy, Thomas Shockey, and Joe Underwood.
Voting will take place at the prom by the L-S students in attendance. Prom is this Saturday, May 18 at the Eden Resort. Prom King and Queen will be crowned that evening. Meet the Candidates
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