Six seek title of Sir Valentine 2016

By on February 3, 2016

The contenders for the title of Sir Valentine 2016 have been announced by Cocalico High School officials.

The winner will be crowned at an assembly Friday at the school. The annual Sir Valentine Dance is set for Saturday, from 7 to 10 p.m., at the high school.

The contenders, who comprise the Sir Valentine court, are:

Kenneth Wallace, the son of Michael and Carol Wallace of Denver. He has been active in student government, Tri-M, National Honor Society, Cocalico Playmakers, cross country, and track and field. He also serves as the junior councilman for Denver Borough and volunteers in the community. He plans to attend Elizabethtown College and major in political science.

Billy Paiano, the son of Bill and Theresa Paiano of Adamstown, has taken AP statistics and economics courses in preparation for being a business major at Shippensburg or Westchester. He enjoys basketball and volunteers with helping children learn basketball.

Brett David Geib, the son of Darrin and Lisa Geib of Stevens, plans to major in accounting and economics and wants to go into business as a career. He has applied and been accepted at Eastern University and the Berks Campus of the Pennsylvania State University. His school activities include baseball. Out of school, he likes going to sporting events and spending time with friends. One of his volunteer activities is helping with baseball tryouts involving the younger kids.

Alex Lee Reiff, the son of Leroy and Michelle Reiff of Denver, plans on attending Harrisburg Area Community College for a year majoring in art and then possibly go on to Albright College as an illustration major. He enjoys weight lifting, drawing, camping, and spending time with friends. He attends St. Paul’s in Reamstown.

Val Resig, the son of Val and Ann Marie Resig of Reinholds, has taken accounting and AP statistics courses and plans on attending West Chester University where he will major in business. He is captain of the soccer team, and is a member of the Natioanl Honor Society and student government. He likes to spend time with friends and volunteers for his church and at soup kitchens.

Brett Nathan Bollinger, the son of Todd and Stephanie Bollinger of Reinholds, has taken AP chemistry classes. He has enlisted in the U.S. Army and will report for basic training on Aug. 1. At CHS, he is a member of the Army4One Bible study. Outside of school, he enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, and backpacking. He also participates in his church’s youth group and volunteers for many of the church’s children’s activities.

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