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Stemple, Mellon represent class of 2023

Freshmen Shaylee Mellon (left) and Emma Stemple are their class' representatives on the 2019 homecoming court.

Freshmen Shaylee Mellon (left) and Emma Stemple are their class' representatives on the 2019 homecoming court.

IMAGE / Hicks Studio of Davison

Freshmen Shaylee Mellon (left) and Emma Stemple are their class' representatives on the 2019 homecoming court.

IMAGE / Hicks Studio of Davison

IMAGE / Hicks Studio of Davison

Freshmen Shaylee Mellon (left) and Emma Stemple are their class' representatives on the 2019 homecoming court.

Stemple, Mellon represent class of 2023

Freshmen Emma Stemple and Shaylee Mellon will represent the Class of 2023 on homecoming court in their first year at KHS.

While they cannot win the honor of homecoming queen, the girls are still happy to be a part of 2019’s homecoming court.

Emma Stemple

Stemple is 14 years old. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jason and Amanda Stemple.

Emma’s biggest inspiration in her life is her grandpa.

“He always pushes me to be the best and he is supportive,” Stemple said.

Stemple is excited about being on homecoming court.

“I am very excited and thankful for my classmates for believing in me,” Stemple said.

Shaylee Mellon

Mellon is 14 years old. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. James and Brooke Conner.

Shaylee’s parents inspire her the most.

“They do a lot for me and they love me for me,” Mellon said.

Mellon is happy to represent the Freshman Class on homecoming court.

“It makes me feel special because I don’t really have a lot of opportunities like this,” Mellon said.

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