Rock Your Prom Promotion


Voting has closed for this Promotion

Voting during the week of March 1-6th and announce the winner on March 17th.


Rock Your Prom Sponsors Include:

A Total Tan, B. Loved, Jubilee Flowers and Gifts, Blush and Brush Beauty Bar, Papa Johns, Rails Craft Brew and Eatery, Centra Credit Union, Schwatzer’s German Restaurant.

Rock Your Prom Prizes Include:

 HIS tux from B.Loved, HIS & HER flowers from Jubilee, HIS & HER tanning sessions from A Total Tan, HIS & HER gift certificates from Shoe Sensation, HER up do and makeup from Blush and Brush Beauty Bar, HIS & HER giftcards from Papa Johns, HIS & HER gift certificates from Rails Craft Brew and Eatery, HIS & HER gift cards from Centra Credit Union, HIS gift certificate from Schwatzer’s German Restaurant.


Introducing our Nominees

Halie Collins - Seymour High School

Halie is a hard working student that has faced a very difficult year. Halie recently lost her father, but never let that get in the way of her achieving her dreams. Halie has a heart of gold and is a super caring person. She would do anything to brighten somebodies day.

Cameron Klakamp  - Seymour High School

Cameron is an amazing young man!  He has a heart of gold and a friendly outgoing personality.  He wants to serve others by becoming a firefighter.  He gives it his all in everything he does.  He rocked it on the football field this year for the Seymour Owls earning the honor of Defensive Player of the Year.  He is a wonderful son and brother.  His kindness and helpful demeanor are two of his greatest traits.  We are so proud of him!  He rocks in everything he does and deserves to ROCK THE PROM too!

Kailee Edwards – Seymour High School

She's very hard-working and never lets anything get in her way. She's loving, kind, and always holds her head high. She's worked through Covid and just wants a normal prom for her last year.

Megan Warnock – Seymour High School

She worked very hard. Even after a huge mess up she still worked as hard as she could to graduate on time and with friends. Issues at home, issues at school, and issues at work never stopped her.

AJ Engle – Seymour High School

  • AJ is a very deserving young man. He is kind and considerate and thinks of many as friends. He is a joy to be around.
  • AJ is just a fun young man who tries hard to overcome. He tries to be a leader in Unified Track and Special Olympics. Likes to make friends and hang out.

Marcus Brooks – Seymour High School

Marcus would really appreciate this. He's such a hard worker on and off the basketball court. He works as a draftsman with Dave Correll, Architect as well as a shift manager at Kovener’s Korner. He's in the top 10% of his Senior Class, a representative of the Seymour Athletic Council, member of the National Honor Society, captain of the Varsity Owls Basketball team, volunteering with the youth during basketball camps, and an usher at Immanuel Lutheran Church. He will be attending Ball State in the fall to study Architecture. He and his friends would thoroughly enjoy Rocking the Prom on the Cool Bus!

Katie Deppen – Seymour High School

Katie is very outgoing and smart and knows no strangers. She's a Cheerleader, honor student, going to Purdue (even though I went to IU😂) and she is going to Rock the Prom. 🎶

Ally Russell – Trinity Lutheran

  • Ally is a beautiful soul with a huge heart and loves to serve and help others.
  • She is very good academically and is involved in her community and athletics at a high level. I'm very proud to call my niece.
  • Ally always has a smile on her face. Has a way of lighting up a room. Her outgoing personality makes her a lot of fun to be around. She loves to help others. She wants to be a teacher so she can help children.

Bailey Engel – Seymour High School

Bailey is a full time Certified Nursing Assistant at the Lutheran Community Home in Seymour. While working 32 or more hours a week, Bailey attends school at Seymour High School and participates in various extracurricular activities. For example, Bailey is active in marching band, pep band, concert band, and fellowship of Christian students, national honor society, best buddies, unified track and field, and many church activities. Bailey deserves recognition because of her hard work and dedication in everything that she does. She is a kind and giving person and deserves acknowledgment for the diligence that she exhibits.

Kade Hill – Trinity Lutheran

Kade has been on the high honor roll all 4 yrs. He has played 3 sports all but his sophomore year and then it was 2 sports. He has been a member of FFA all 4 years and been involved with Right for Life 3 years. He is also involved in his churches youth and is an usher. He is someone you can count on and all around good young man. He is planning on attending Anderson University in the fall to study kinesiology.

Dravin Guthrie - Brownstown Central High School

My son, Dravin, is so deserving of this. He has spent the last two years undergoing chemotherapy for a brain tumor. He was diagnosed with Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma in Sept 2019. He had to give up two years of sports and extracurricular activities that he thoroughly enjoyed and put his health first. Taking the cool bus to prom his senior year would be a memory he would cherish forever!

Frankie Rohr - Brownstown Central High School

Frankie is by far, the most deserving senior I know.  He has had to work 100 times harder than any other student due to his disabilities, and has exceeded.   He is everyone's biggest supporter.  There is not one person, that when you mention his name, doesn't break out into a huge smile.  Frankie is truly an inspiration to all.

Ali Klakamp – Seymour High School

Ali is a hard-working, fun loving young lady.  She works hard, always has a smile on her face and something positive to say.  She is beautiful inside and out.  Ali does volunteer work through her church, is in the Christian band The Balsamic Vinaigrettes, in the SHS band, and dances.  She is a DARE role model as well.  Ali has been raised by her mother, Sara.  It has been just the two of them.  They make it work each and every day.  Ali deserves the prom of her dreams.  She is a good student and I know she will prosper as an adult.

Conner Sims – Trinity Lutheran

Conner is an awesome young man. He has developed into a caring and competent leader in many areas. He dedicates his time to and service to FFA, student government, robotics, and soccer. He works as an intern in the engineering department at Faurecia and has his sights set on continuing his education by acquiring a degree in engineering. He volunteers at his church and is always ready to lend a hand to anyone in need. One of his best qualities is his ability to have a conversation with anyone young or old.

Cameron Gruenwald - Trinity Lutheran

He is on the honor roll consistently, works at Lutheran nursing where the clients and staff highly respect him. Cameron is a member of Immanuel Lutheran church and will be entering college this fall where he will pursue an RN degree to work with children.

Donovyn Thomas – Seymour High School

Donovyn is a senior who is very active in School Activities and has a lot of School spirit. In the fall you could find him on the soccer field and being a wonderful leader in the student section for football games. Now he has extended his School pride to being a great student leader for the student section in basketball. He works hard and has good grades. As well as participating in the work based learning program. So that means he also holds down a part time job, working in the office at Rose Acre Farms. He plans on attending IU in the fall.

He is such a good, fun, and well liked kid with a great big heart and is totally deserving of this experience to get to have his prom ROCKED!

Addison Bumbleburg – Trinity Lutheran

Addison is a senior at Trinity Lutheran High School.  She has played an active role in the school all 4 years she has attended.  She is involved in student council, yearbook, drama, choir, band, applied music class, a member of National Honor Society, etc.  While being fully involved in school she has been able to maintain a 4.0 GPA.  This recognition would make all her hard-work worth it.  Sometimes not being a student athlete minimizes the number of opportunities they can receive to be recognized.  Addison would accept this recognition humbly, just as she accepted first runner up of the Distinguished Young Woman Program. 

All of our seniors are deserving, but those that go above and beyond like Addison deserve to be recognized for all they do and have done!


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