NEW MADISON — The week before the crowning ceremony at the Tri-Village Community School Fair, each class decorated the hallway with posters and created a skit promoting their candidate as for the best to vote.
Also, throughout the week, each candidate was interviewed by TV news. Today, grades 7 – 12 will vote during homeroom for the king and queen, and the crowning ceremony will take place in the high school gymnasium later at 7:00 p.m.
There will be vendors in the small gymnasium as well as the commons area and there will be a bonfire following the crowning ceremony.
Candidates for the crowning are: Seniors: Knox Morris, son of Robin and Lee Morris, and Jenna Fisherback, the daughter of Beth Fisherback and David Fisherback; juniors, Josh Wiford, son of Leann and Scott Wiford, and Payge Malott, daughter of Natalie and Bill Malott; sophomores, Camren Munchel, son of Jamie and Brian Munchel, and Morgan Sparks, daughter of Melissa Sparks and Chris Waters; and freshmen, Corbin Holzapfel, son of Jimbob and Lorraine Holzapfel, and Breanna Locke, daughter of Christina and Terry Locke.