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Garden of Glamour ’24

Ken Diem
PROM 2024!!!
  1. The evening of May 10th, 2024 the Marion Center High School Garden of Glamour prom was an unforgettable night for all who went. Held at the Indiana Country Club, students made unforgettable memories and had a blast together.

Mrs. Cirelli , the Marion Center High School art teacher and Junior Class Advisor said, “Our Junior class officers who are listed all worked together to design the stage.  The arch was made by Mollie Shadle’s grandfather two years ago when her sister Maggie was also a Junior Class Officer and we were able to utilize it for this prom as well.  The theme was “Garden of Glamour” and the officers pulled in lots of greenery, flowers and trees to give the look of a beautiful flower garden.”

And they made it look like a flower garden, the stage for Grand March was beyond glamorous. All of the work put into making the prom night possible was well worth it and made some many new memories for the guests.

With lots of smiling faces and plenty of dance moves, the students and chaperones made plenty of new memories. Undoubtedly, this prom was a huge success. It was glamorous.


Below are some pictures photgraphed by Ken Diem, our school activities photographer, we at The Stinger, ask you do not reproduce his work. Please do not screenshot or save any of the images. Thank you!


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Molly Spence
Molly Spence, Assistant Editor
"Remember there is good in this world, and bad, and ugly." -Unknown Welcome to The Stinger! My name is Molly Spence, I am a class of 2026 sophomore student and the assistant editor for The Stinger. I am involved in the Newspaper, Marion Center Marching Band as part of the color guard, Athena Club, United Way, and Plumville Belles as a majorette and assistant coach. When I'm not here at school, I am with my ducks. I have two ducks that mean the world to me. I love ducks, they're an important part of my life. This is my second year in Newspaper, and second year as assistant editor. I have been in ATHENA for two years and am currently one of the secretaries for the club. By being a part of The Stinger, I want to make everyone's voice heard and leave no one behind, because after all, we, Marion Center high school students, are all in this together.
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