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2023 Mardi Gras Court announced

2023 Mardi Gras Court announced

Congratulations to seniors Michael Cheek and Carly Weidenbacher who have been named Captain and Maid of Honor of the 71st 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. 19.

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

Charlotte Ackerman, Rose Bayer, Elaina Bowman, Kelly Carville, Danielle Dietz, Gia Guessford, Julia Hart, Shelby Highfield, Megan  Kuhn, Karleen Leibreich, Isabella Mastruserio, Lauren McNamee, Maggie Mulvaney, Harlan Mulvey, Rebecca Rose, Kaitlyn Schulte, Kaylee Scott, Autumn Strebel, Meredith Umstead, Carly Weidenbacher

Men of the Court

Augustus Block, Benjamin BoBo, Nicholas Bruns, Michael Cheek, Peter Carroll, Andrew Edwards, Charles Everhart, Jacob Forsthoefel, Benjamin Gibbons, Vincent Hughes, Aiden Kelly, Nathaniel Kouche, Matthew Mitchell, Samuel Noble, Noah Novotny, Alexander Reed, Shawn Roesel, Landen Rupp, Colin Sandfoss, Tyler Snyder

Junior Honor Guard

Maria Billies, Christian Burt, Annabelle Dugle, Grace Fechtel, Lucas Hannah, Owen Lawler, Ty Spitzmiller, Sheridan Threet

Sophomore Honor Guard

Braden BoBo, Julia Cheek, Benjamin Jones, William Meltebrink, Tyler Munzel, Katherine Noble, Ellie Suttles, Maia Zeilman

Read more about the McNicholas Mardi Gras Pageant and Ball.

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