Pequot Lakes Snow Days royalty crowned

Eli Laposky and Lily Blomer are named king and queen

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Pequot Lakes seniors Eli Laposky and Lily Blomer are crowned king and queen at the school's Snow Days coronation on Monday, Feb. 13, 2023.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal

PEQUOT LAKES — There's a new king and queen in court.

Seniors Eli Laposky and Lily Blomer were crowned during Pequot Lakes Snow Days coronation Monday, Feb. 13.

Other members of the Snow Days queen court were Zaida Morsch, Morgan Krieger, Emily Traut, Georgie Thompson and Rose Aldridge.

King candidates alongside Laposky were Mason Watt, Emmett Johnson, Eddie Shetka, Grant Loge and Ethan Stohr.

Snow Days is a week-long celebration at Pequot Lakes High School, culminating with a dance at 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at Cragun's Pavilion.


During the week, students are participating in dress-up days that see them dressing in "country vs. country club" attire, donning the outfits of celebrities and dressing like their fifth-grade selves.

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The Pequot Lakes 2023 Snow Days court, shown Monday, Feb. 13, 2023, includes: front row from left, Eva Mumm, Charlee Sullivan, Zaida Morsch, Morgan Krieger, Eli Laposky, Lily Blomer, Emily Traut, Georgie Thompson, Rose Aldridge and Titanium Schliek; back row, River Sommerness, Isaac Peterson, Mason Watt, Emmett Johnson, Eddie Shetka, Grant Loge, Ethan Stohr and Eli Hall.
Dan Determan / Echo Journal

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