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Snowfest queen candidates introduced

Staff Report

The Snowfest Queen Coronation will be held Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Tahoe Marina Clubhouse in Tahoe City at 6 p.m. The 2001 Snowfest queen and two princesses will be crowned after all of the candidates are introduced.

The queen and her court are judged on scholastic achievement, community service, raffle ticket sales and interview skills.

Kara Stone

Queen competition is directly tied to the Snowfest Raffle Program. North Lake Tahoe and Truckee area high-school-age candidates are sponsored by local nonprofit organizations. Together they sell Snowfest raffle tickets as a fund-raising vehicle; 50 percent of revenues go directly to the nonprofit organizations.

Spectators are encouraged to attend this free event. For more information, call (775) 832-7625.

Erin Prado

The candidates, what organization they represent and where to buy raffle tickets are as follows:

Julie Brown

Theresa Smith

NTHS Prom Committee, North Tahoe High School

Deena Miller

Rotary Club of Tahoe City,

Julie Brown

Hacienda Del Lago

Alicia Mumbert, North Tahoe Firefighters Auxiliary, Mumbo’s Mountain

Erin

Deena Miller

Prado, NTHS

Kellie Wilson

Girls’

Brooke Wright

Basketball, The Bridgetender

Theresa Smith, North Tahoe Jazz Ensemble, NTHS Music Room

Kara Stone, North Tahoe Business Association, Cedar Glen Lodge

Kellie Wilson, Truckee High School Leadership, Nik-N-Willie’s Take-N-Bake Pizza

Brooke Wright, Placer County Sheriff’s Office,

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