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Candidates for prom queen and king have been selected with a crowning of the winners being done Saturday, April 22, during this year’s “A Night in the Spotlight” themed prom.
Queen candidates this year are Emma Krigbaum, Abbey Mann and Jeorgia O’Brien, while king candidates are Jose Juarez, Kaden Conners and Bronson Juette.
The queen and king crowning will take place at approximately 7:45 p.m. Saturday, April 22.
Prior to that, line-up for the promenade begins at 6:15 p.m., and the promenade begins at 7 p.m. Prom dance will be from 7 to 10 p.m.
Krigbaum is the daughter of Doug Krigbaum and Lori Krigbaum.
She is a two year member of the girls basketball team, three year member of the girls track team, and member of FCCLA, Key Club, FCA and National Honor’s Society. She also attends Prayer Circle on Friday mornings. Krigbaum also attends church and small group at the 48th Street Crossing in Quincy, Ill.
Her future plans include attending the University of Missouri-Columbia to pursue a business degree. She then hopes to open a coffee shop.
Mann is the daughter of James and Kim Mann and enjoys shopping, reading and watching TV.
She is active in FCCLA, FCA, Key Club, FBLA, NHS and Student Council and is on the varsity tennis team.
She will be attending the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a major in biology on a pre-med track.
O’Brien, the daughter of Tim and Shawn O’Brien, enjoys running, biking, swimming, reading books and traveling.
Besides being a varsity tennis team and three-year varsity track team member, she is a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and NHS.
In addition, she is a member of the Palmyra United Methodist Church and its youth group.
O’Brien plans to attend Washington University in St. Louis with a major in mechanical engineering and a minor in robotics.
Juarez is the son of Daniela and Jose Juarez.
He is involved in football, wrestling and track.
His future plans include attending the University of Missouri-Columbia to pursue a degree in nutrition and exercise physiology.
Conners, who is the son of Kent and Reta Richmond and Kevin Conners, says he loves to be with his family and friends, go on ATV off-road trail rides and go camping.
He has been a member of FCCLA for four years and participate in Special Olympics and the Clarence Cannon Conference Track and Field Day events.
Conners plans to attend John Wood Community College for its College for Life program and work a part-time job.
Juette is the son of David and Brenda Juette.
He is a four-year member of the boys basketball team and member of National Honor Society and the FCA leadership team. He is also a member of the Palmyra United Methodist Church and its church youth group.
His future plan includes attending the University of Missouri-Columbia and pursue a computer science-engineering degree.