Candidates are chosen and plans are being finalized for Saturday’s Prom at Chase County Schools, which has a “Fire & Ice” theme. Candidates for king and queen chosen by the junior class are, from left, Colton Burpo, Katelyn Wheeler (seated), Kaylee Meeske, Shaylee Heathers (seated), Ike Maxwell and Bryson Fisher. 2016 Prom King and Queen Carlos Chavez and Charlie Carter will assist with the crowning Saturday night. The banquet will start the evening off at 6:30 p.m. at St. Patrick Parish Hall. The promenade and coronation will follow at the new 4-H exhibition hall at the fairgrounds. Junior class sponsors Chelsea Zuege and Darcie Boman said the public is welcome to attend the promenade and coronation, which will start approximately at 8 p.m. The building will be open at 7:30 p.m. for the public to be seated. After the promenade and coronation are complete, Zuege said the public may take pictures and socialize for 20 minutes and then will be asked to depart so the prom dance can begin. The dance will continue until 11:30 p.m. Zuege said signs will be posted to assist with parking at the fairgrounds. Parents and the public are asked to park on the northeast side of the new 4-H building. Prom attendees will be parking on the west side of the fairgrounds or by the old 4-H Building. Post Prom activities will start at 11:30 p.m. at Chase County Schools, with junior and senior class parents in charge of those events. (Johnson Publications photo)

Candidates chosen for Saturday’s Chase County Prom

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