OHS prom king and queen candidates are announced

OSMOND — Although the coronavirus pandemic has thrown a monkey wrench into many plans, the Osmond High School prom is still being planned.

The prom, postponed from April 18, will take place on Friday, July 17, at the city auditorium. It will have a “Masquerade” theme. The junior-senior meal will be held at 6 p.m., with the grand march and coronation at 7 p.m.

To stay within guidelines of the North Central District Health Department and for the safety of the students, the city auditorium will be closed to the general public for the grand march and coronation.

Only parents of juniors and seniors who are attending prom and parents of class attendants will be allowed inside the city auditorium for the coronation and pictures. The grand march will begin at Osmond Public Library to allow more people to view it as the seniors walk across the street and enter the city auditorium.

This year’s prom king candidates include Zachary Alderson, son of Jill Heemstra and Curtis Alderson; Landon Stelling, son of Ross and Miriam Stelling; Logan Stelling, son of Ross and Miriam Stelling, and Alexis Solorzano, son of Ruben Solorzano and Esperanza Vargas.

Candidates for prom queen include Madeline Huwaldt, daughter of Brad and Marla Huwaldt; Mary Kahny, daughter of Dwight and Donna Kahny; Diandra Polt, daughter of Kurt and Sarah Polt, and Makenzie Vargas-Toledo, daughter of Miguel and Amie Vargas. The attendants are freshmen Cali

The attendants are freshmen Cali Gutz and Zachary Reikofski, sophomores Molly Beacom-Timmerman and Bryan Solorzano, and juniors Elisa Herrera and Connor Gutz.

Following the dance, post-prom festivities will be held at 11:30 p.m. with a hypnotist, food and games.

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