De La Salle 2014 Homecoming Dance by Conrad Lopez & Jasmyne Bracy

By Conrad Lopez & Jasmyne Bracy

All aboard! The Steamboat Natchez hosted the De La Salle 2014 Homecoming Dance. At least 400 students attended the dance. Senior Gabrielle Chatelain says, “I Enjoyed going on the upper deck of the boat and watching the city as I sailed away.” Dining choices included fresh fish, jambalaya, and red beans with rice.

Mr. Justin Martineau, student activities director, introduced the homecoming queen Gabrielle Fontenelle and homecoming king, Cole Lewis.

Gabrielle has been on homecoming court all her years at De La Salle. “I felt that it was an extremely huge honor to represent my class on homecoming court for 5 years in a row, and a huge honor to win homecoming queen. It was the most memorable moment of my high school experience.” says Gabrielle.

Cole, a member of the football team, also participates in student council and campus ministry.

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