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Introduction to Senior Homecoming Candidates, Prince & Princess

Scott Esbeck

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By: Alicia Aubuchon

On January 19, 2018, another Bismarck Homecoming Queen will be crowned.  The returning Homecoming Queen from last year will be Alyssa Sago escorted by Devon Warden.  The prince and princess contest this year was won by Klarissa Randazzo and Eli Skaggs.

We asked Klarissa and Eli about this experience and the excitement they are about to share.

To Klarissa:  Why do you like being crowned Homecoming Princess?

Answer: “I want to be like Snow White.  My dream is to look like Cinderella; blue, sparkly, like really sparkly.”

To Eli: Why do you like being crowned Homecoming Prince?

Answer: “It would be fun to walk with a pretty girl!”

Klarissa wants to be a ballerina when she grows up.  She loves to twirl around.

Eli wishes to become a scientist when he grows up.  He claims he knows all his planets and states.

Senior Homecoming Candidates

Katie Borgmann: Katie is the daughter of Steve and Lisa O’Neal. She is a member of Pep Club, secretary of National Honor Society, Varsity basketball manager, and evening manager at Mike’s Market. After Katie graduates, she plans to attend Mineral Area College for her EMT/Paramedic Certificate on her way to becoming a Registered Nurse.

Meranda Cureton: Meranda is the daughter of Billie Bess and Adam Cureton. She doesn’t really have a lot of hobbies, but she does enjoy staying home, taking naps, cuddling with her two dogs, and hanging out with close friends, family, and her boyfriend, Jacob Reese. After she graduates, she plans on finishing her Associate’s Degree at Mineral Area College. Then, she plans to further her education and become an elementary school teacher.

Madison Dugal: Madison is the daughter of Adam and Brooke Dugal. She is senior class president, student council president, member of NHS, Elks teen of the month, member of FCA, member of Pep Club, a Dual-Credit student at Mineral Area College, dean’s list, played four years of varsity volleyball; senior captain, three years of varsity basketball, three years of varsity softball; earning season-end honors and awards in volleyball and softball three years. After high school, she plans to attend Mineral Area Nursing program to obtain an Associate of Nursing Degree, then transfer to a four-year university to earn bachelor’s degree in nursing. After gaining licensure and minimum one year experience, she plans to continue her education and complete her master’s degree in nursing and take the National Certification Exam to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

Riley Land: Riley is the daughter of Wayne and Tamra Land. She is involved in volleyball, NHS, FBLA, and Pep Club. After high school, she plans to pursue a career in Civil Engineering. With this career, she plans to make her dreams of traveling the world a reality.

Whitley Lands: Whitley is the daughter of Jeff and Wendy Sisk. She is a member of NHS and softball. Her hobbies include painting, drawing, hanging out with her friends, and spending time with her family. After graduation, she plans on going to Missouri State University and majoring in either art education or physical therapy.

Anna Missey: Anna is the daughter of Jason and Tiffany Missey. Her hobbies include NHS and sleeping. She is also captain of the high school cheer squad. After graduation, she plans to go to college and become a second-grade teacher.

 

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