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Nevis Snow Days royalty crowned

The annual tradition of Nevis School's Snow Days kicked off Monday.

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Members of the Snow Days royal court at Nevis School are (from left): ninth grade attendant Ayo Ogundeji, 10th grade attendant Austin Ahrendt, Luke McNamee, Evan Pohl, Nathan Keiser, King Jon Rice, Queen Addison Lindow, Emily Funk, Molly Lindow, Sofia Anderson, 10th grade attendant Kayli Bessler and ninth grade attendant Grace McNamee.
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<br/>Nevis Snow Days royalty Jon Rice and Addison Lindow were crowned Monday morning. Snow Days festivities will continue through the week, concluding with a dance Saturday night. Contributed / Nevis School<br/><br/>

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