Oakville High raises $1,000 to benefit at-risk youth, crowns Mr. OHS 2011

Drew Hensel

Drew Hensel

Twenty-five Oakville High School senior boys participated in the 13th Annual Mr. OHS Pageant held at the school on Friday, April 8, where Drew Hensel, representing the school’s National Honor Society, was crowned Mr. OHS 2011.

Eric Lehr, Mr. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, earned the runner-up spot, while Anthony Gallo, Mr. Student Council, was voted the pageant’s Mr. Popularity.

OHS hosts the Mr. OHS event each year to raise money for the Covenant House of Missouri, a local nonprofit which serves homeless and at-risk youth. This year’s pageant raised more than $1,000 for the organization.

The Mr. OHS Pageant was organized and produced by The Prowl student newspaper staff with assistance from several students in the school’s Leadership Class, Student Council, Tiger Fever, broadcast class and yearbook club.

For more information about the Covenant House of Missouri, visit

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