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PR-B students to participate in Snodaze festivities

Pine River-Backus School Snodaze candidates have been chosen, and the annual festivities are planned Monday-Friday, Feb. 11-15. Coronation will be at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 11, in the high school school gym. Candidates are Austin Redvers, Steven Gar...

Candidates for the 2019 PR-B Snodaze are: Austin Redvers, Steven Gardner, David Erickson, Jacob Sherwood and Austin Philipson with Madison Abraham, Grace Rivers, Lilly Reed, Gabby Heck and Kiana Waltower.
Candidates for the 2019 PR-B Snodaze are: Austin Redvers, Steven Gardner, David Erickson, Jacob Sherwood and Austin Philipson with Madison Abraham, Grace Rivers, Lilly Reed, Gabby Heck and Kiana Waltower.

Pine River-Backus School Snodaze candidates have been chosen, and the annual festivities are planned Monday-Friday, Feb. 11-15.

Coronation will be at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 11, in the high school school gym. Candidates are Austin Redvers, Steven Gardner, David Erickson, Jacob Sherwood, Austin Philipson, Madison Abraham, Grace Rivers, Lilly Reed, Gabby Heck and Kiana Waltower.

Candidates will walk the school Friday, Feb. 8. The girls volleyball team will play Red Lake on Friday, Feb. 15, with the junior and senior high school dances that day as well.

Dress-up days will include Scrabble Day on Monday, Feb. 11; Third-Grade You Day on Tuesday, Feb. 12; Country Day on Wednesday, Feb. 13; Who Day (as in Dr. Seuss) on Thursday, Feb. 14; and Blackout Day on Friday, Feb. 15.

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