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Nevis Homecoming royalty crowned

The 2022 Homecoming Queen is Allee Forbes, and King is Dawson McGee.

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The Nevis 2022 Homecoming Court had a coronation on Sept. 19, 2022, featuring (front from left) 10th grade attendants Kael Netteberg and Caley Muller, 11th grade attendants Kayli Bessler and Lealan Norby and (back row) seniors Paradise Johnson, Sarah Boettcher and Mallory Kowalke, Queen Allee Forbes, King Dawson McGee, and seniors Spencer Lindow, MasonLunde and Ethan Klimek.
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