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OHS experiences "A Night in Paris", Kralicek and Johnson named Prom King and Quee

The stars were out for a Night in Paris on Saturday, April 22 as Osmond High School hosted it annual Prom ceremonies.

Highlighting the night’s festivities was the naming of Prom King and Prom Queen. Curtis Kralicek was named Prom King while Hailey Johnson earned Prom Queen.

Kralicek is the son of Greg and Lisa Kralicek. Johnson is the daughter of Don and Lisa Johnson.

This was part of Grand March where all the seniors were escorted through an Eifel Tower setting and were announced by Osmond Community School Superintendent Mr. Dave Hamm.

After the seniors were announced, the Prom Royalty was also announced. This started with the freshmen attendants (Keaton Timmerman and Kennedy Johnson) who gave roses and certificates to the eventual king and queen.

Then came the sophomore attendants: Dylan Schmit and Maddie Aschoff. They carried the robes to the stage.

Junior attendants Ethan Pfanstiel and Caitlin Kumm brought forward the king’s crown and the queen’s tiara.

Finally, the Prom King and Queen candidates were announced.

The other male candidate were as follows: Bryan Manzer, Brett Simmons, Kyle Swallow, Tucker Timmerman, and Tyler von Rentzell.

Other female candidates included Shelby Aschoff, Breanna Bolz, Hannah Gutz, Kendyl Koehler, and Diane Kruse.

Preceeding the Grand March festivities, all juniors and seniors sat down for a meal provided by Tiger Tavern.

After the meal, the junior class played a video recognizing the senior class. Then seniors Brett Simmons and Curtis Kralicek delivered the prophecies for the senior class.

To cap off the night, there was a dance for all high school students. This lasted from 9:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M.