BLHS SNO DAZE KING AND QUEEN CANDIDATES Girls are April Harrison, Anamarie Doran, Morgan Turk, Nikki Hallman and Abbey Domyahn. (Second row), Boys are Connor Johnson, Jake Pribnow and Christian Ropte. Top row is Michael Doperalski and Tyler Halverson. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Sno Dazes to begin at BLHS

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Staff Writer
Jennifer Edwards
Sno Daze in the Big Lake School District is set for the week of Jan. 27-31, with the coronation of the Sno Daze king and queen set for Monday, Jan 27 at 10 a.m. The public is welcome to attend.
Dress up days have been arranged. Monday is the day to wear plaid. Tuesday is ‘80s day. Wednesday is suit and tie day. Thursday is favorite movie or television character day. Friday is the traditional blue and gold day.
Students who show their school spirit and dress up can win prizes. Winners are voted on by the teachers.
Wednesday (Jan. 29), there will be a Power Buff volleyball game. The junior boys will play the senior boys. Winner of that game takes on the teachers.
Friday there will be a pep fest in the gymnasium at 10 a.m. There will also be a talent show.
Throughout the week, students are encouraged to cheer on the home team at basketball, wrestling, gymnastics and hockey.

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