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2022 Mardi Gras Court announced

Congratulations to seniors Jack Spears and Stephanie Schmitt who have been named Captain and Maid of Honor of the 70th annual Mardi Gras Ball.

This announcement officially kicks off the Mardi Gras season at McNicholas which culminates in the annual Mardi Gras Pageant on Sunday, Feb. 20.

The Mardi Gras Pageant and Ball, the most prestigious student event of the year at McNicholas, honors 40 senior students who have given their time and talents in service to the school and community throughout their high school experience. During the evening ceremonies, a Mardi Gras King and Queen will be crowned. 

Women of the Court

Jessica Alvey, Madeline Beerman, Erin Margaret Byrne, Grace Cuntz, Caroline Fleming, Emily Fridley, Jennifer Fries, Rachel Fryman, Arden Jakubovic, Ashley Jarrold, Cloe Jones, Mara Jones, Lauren Keith, Skylar Kutcher, Madeleine Noone, Olivia Ramundo, Emily Simms, Morgan Svarda, Maria Zerhusen

Men of the Court

Nigel Beeker, Aiden Burt, Anthony Caccavari, Andrew Collette, Andrew Cox, Conner Dute, Stephen Fridley, David Gardner, Isaiah Helphinstine, Luke Horstmeyer, Ethan Koran, Mitchell Lovdal, Kyle Moran, Jason Munzel, Grant Must, Jack Suttles, Pierce Taylor, Joseph Walters, Cohen Whitaker

Junior Honor Guard

Kelly Carville, Danielle Dietz, Andrew Edwards, Vincent Hughes, Aiden Kelly, Matthew Mitchell, Shelby Highfield, Rebecca Rose

Sophomore Honor Guard

Calla Garretson, Joseph Hilbert, Remington Holder, Audrey Hurlburt, Carly Kent, Maria Ramundo, Alexander Smith, Joseph Thomas

Read more about the McNicholas Mardi Gras Pageant and Ball.

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