Amy Hehman, escorted by Jarred Leffler, was crowned queen during Theta Omega chapter's 41st annual dinner dance on Feb. 2 at Pewter Hall in Brownstown. Hehman received the most penny votes and donations in an eight-week campaign. The Phi Theta Omega sorority chapter donated the $7,586.79 raised by the dance to cancer research, which is the sorority's national project. SUBMITTED PHOTO
Theta Omega chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority crowned Amy Hehman as its queen during the 41st annual dinner dance on Feb. 2 at Pewter Hall in Brownstown.
Hehman is the daughter of Mark and Peggy Hehman, Seymour. She received the most penny votes and donations in an eight-week campaign to win the title. Her escort for the evening was Jarred Leffler.
Other queen candidates were Baleigh Allman, Hannah Barker, Jami Leigh Christopher, Shelby Fallis and Logan Johnson. Each candidate received a Gerber daisy arrangement as well as gifts from the sorority.
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