Just, Anderson crowned as SnoDaze royalty

The 2020 SnoDaze queen and king at Park Rapids Area High School are Jens Anderson and Kora Just.

The 2020 SnoDaze royalty sits in state after the coronation of Jens Anderson as king and Kora Just as queen Monday at Park Rapids Area High School. Flanking them, from left, are queen and king candidates Batiste Huss and Avery Wolff, Madison Soldwisch and Dominik Backmann, second-grade crownbearers Tygan Miller and Brooklyn Popanda, junior attendants Aleah Voigt and Tate Usher, sophomores Rachel Herman and Evan Edevold, and freshmen Emma Vrieze and Lucas Kritzeck. (Robin Fish/Enterprise)

The winter spirit week at Park Rapids Area High School started Monday with the coronation of the SnoDaze king and queen, followed by a pep rally in the gymnasium.

Jens Anderson was crowned as king, and Kora Just as queen. The ceremony also featured music by guitarist-singer Kaelan Emerson and a fashion show depicting the dress-up themes for the week. For example, on “Multiplicity Monday,” the theme was wearing the same outfit with as many people as possible.

Students showed school spirit Monday at Park Rapids Area High School by wearing matching outfits – such as these Minnesota sweatshirts worn at the pep rally by Noel Skadberg, Kamree Carlson, Mercedes Forseman, Kayleah Breitweser and Madison Benham. (Robin Fish/Enterprise)

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Robin Fish is a staff reporter at the Park Rapids Enterprise. Contact him at or 218-252-3053.
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