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Eugene

Homecoming 2014


EugeneStudents and parents welcomed home alumni, family, and friends of Sacred Heart last Friday for the culmination of the Homecoming Week. During the week the 7-12th grade participated in a variety of dress up themed days—Billy Bob Day, Twin Day, Generations Day, Spirit Day, and Dress Up Day. The week ended with Mass, Coronation, pep fest, and football game.

Coronation followed the morning Mass, concelebrated by Fr. Greg Haman , parochial vicar at St. Michael’s church, and Fr. Adam Hamness, parochial vicar at Sacred Heart. New this year was the attendance of other members of “The Royal Court.” Past Homecoming Queens, football players, and coaches from 1948 to the present were honored during the coronation festivities.

Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming Court! Marina O’Leary was crowned 2014 Homecoming Queen. Senior Attendants: Megan Ogaard and Erin Hylden. Junior Attendants: Hannah Reimer and Emily Devine. Escorts: Ed Bushaw, Chris Devine, Noah Anderson, Brandon Kassa, Brent Steenerson, and Grant Walski.

Coronation

Polk County West fell to Stephen-Argyle during Friday’s Football game 54-7. PCW hung around through the second and third quarters, outscoring the Storm 7-6 in the middle quarters — the Polk County touchdown coming on a 42-yard Riley Wavra run.

More Homecoming pictures are available on the school Facebook page
www.facebook.com/SacredHeartEGF

Punky

Celebrating a Lifetime of Service Punky Beauchamp Retires

PunkyRobert “Punky” Beauchamp officially retired from Sacred Heart Church and School on Tuesday, September 30th. Punky has served as Facilities Manager since June 15, 1984. Punky first came to Sacred Heart as a seven year old student in 1959 and graduated in the class of 1970. He married his high school sweetheart, Roberta Spoor ‘72, Their two children, Brad Beauchamp ’94 and Janelle Gergen ’01 also graduated from Sacred Heart School. His grandson, Peter, currently is a fourth grade SHS student.

While working as an electrician, Punky served on the school’s Athletic Club, completed maintenance work, and started the first parish maintenance committee. He also co-chaired the first financial development program with Pete Wald. His legacy will be his leadership during the flood of 1997 and subsequent rebuilding of the new parish Social Hall and school. Punky’s duties as Facilities Manager carried many responsibilities for not only the upkeep of the school, but also the softball and football fields, church, rectory, and surrounding grounds.

Punky, the church and school would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for all you have done and your many years of service to Sacred Heart Church and School!