Allie Ames has earned the crown as Penn Manor High School’s 2014 Homecoming Queen.
Allie was named queen during halftime ceremonies of the Oct. 10 Penn Manor football game against Manheim Township. She earned the honor by raising the most money — $2,268 — for the Penn Manor Family Fund of all the homecoming candidates this year.
All told, the eight-member homecoming court raised $7,345 for the nonprofit charity, which provides food, clothing, shelter and other necessities for families in need.
During Saturday’s ceremony, Allie was escorted by her father, Jerry Ames, and was crowned by Tori Valentin, Penn Manor’s 2013 Homecoming Queen.
Allie is a member of the National Honor Society, Varsity Club and Aevidum Club, an officer in the Young Humanitarian League and tri-captain of the PMHS varsity cheerleading squad. She also is a member of the Grace United Methodist Church Youth Group.
After graduation, Allie plans to attend college and pursue a career in health care.
Other members of the homecoming court this year were Cassie Kline, Abby Schlegelmilch, Kirsten Gibson, Molly and Haley Stott, Emma Evarts and Madeline Manning.
Congratulations to Allie and the entire homecoming court for supporting such a worthy cause!