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Thursday, 30 January 2014 16:30

Coronation, talent show highlight NRHEG Snow Week


WINTER ROYALTY — Snow Week runs Feb. 3-8 at NRHEG High School. Pictured here are the Snow Week candidates for 2014. Front from left, Kendra Grothem, Morgan Staloch, Makayla Vangen, Jordyn Wobschall, Hannah Lundberg. Back: Ross Chester, Tyler Logan, Spencer Anderson, Nicholas Altermatt, Jimmy Phillips. Coronation is Monday, Feb. 3 at 2:15 p.m. and the talent show is Friday, Feb. 8 at 12:30. Both are open to the public. (Star Eagle photo by Nicole Billing)



Last year, Snow Week was a big hit at NRHEG High School.

So they’re doing it again.

This year’s mid-winter festivities are set for the week of Feb. 3-8.

The public is invited to two events, coronation on Monday, Feb. 3 and a talent show Friday, Feb. 8.

Coronation will take place Monday at 2:15 p.m. in the high school gym.



• Kendra Grothem, New Richland, daughter of Pete and Jen Grothem

• Hannah Lundberg, Ellendale, daughter of David and Karen Lundberg

• Morgan Staloch, Hartland, daughter of Matt and Tammi Staloch

• Makayla Vangen, Geneva, daughter of Chip and Michelle Vangen

• Jordyn Wobschall, Geneva, daughter of Shannon and Stacy Wobschall


• Nicholas Altermatt, Ellendale, son of Dan, Linda, and Teri Altermatt

• Spencer Anderson, Clarks Grove, son of Mark and Sherry Anderson

• Ross Chester, New Richland, son of Matt and Rhonda Chester

• Tyler Logan, New Richland, son of Jay and Beth Logan

• Jimmy Phillips, New Richland, son of Ryan and Beth Phillips

The talent show is Friday at 12:30 in the high school gym.

Dress-up days are planned for each day of the week.

The week will culminate with the Snow Week Dance Saturday night from 8-11 in the high school gym. The dance is semi-formal — no jeans allowed. Cost is $3 per person or $5 per couple.

Last year's Snow Week was a lot of fun!” said event coordinator Sandy Schumacher. “The Talent Show was great; we have some very talented young people here in our school. If you're free on Friday afternoon, we encourage the public to come and watch. We hope the students will have a fun and safe week and we encourage them to dress up for the dress up days and attend the dance on Saturday night!”

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