Spring Fling king and queen crowned

royal_court_web.jpgJosh Jefferies and Kiah Smith were crowned Spring Fling king and queen at Mayville State University. The crowning took place at a coronation program held Sunday evening, March 3 at Mayville State University. Jesse Wahlin and Beth Cakebread, 2012 Spring Fling king and queen were on hand to participate in the ceremony. The annual Mayville State Spring Fling activities, which included a dance, talent show, and performance by a comedian, were held March 1-7.

Members of the Spring Fling royal court are selected by various clubs and organizations on the campus. This year’s king candidates were Eric Domier, Mayville, N.D., representing Collegiate DECA; Nick Atkinson, East Chicago, Ind., representing Computer Technology Club; Nick Schaefer, Devils Lake, N.D., representing HPER Club; Rochester Mugumbate, Harare, Zimbabwe, representing Multicultural Club; Ryan Bergeron, Greenbush, Minn., representing MSU Theater; Breon Quintero, Bismarck, N.D., representing Residence Hall Association; Michael Voller, Hatton, N.D., representing Science Club; Charlie Wells, Grygla, Minn., representing Student Education Association; Josh Jefferies, Fairbanks, Alaska, representing Student Ambassadors; and Thomas Smette, Granville, N.D., representing Student Senate.

Queen candidates were Kiah Smith, Lansford, N.D., representing Collegiate DECA; Kara Greenwood, Woodland Park, Colo., representing HPER Club; Sarah Gandari, Harare, Zimbabwe, representing Multicultural Club; Patricia Lopez, Clarissa, Minn., representing MSU Theater; Laura Ewert, Devils Lake, N.D. representing Residence Hall Association; Shelby Mullivan, Beulah, N.D., representing Science Club; Emma Grant, West Fargo, N.D., representing Student Education Association; Danielle Dodd, Grand Forks, N.D., representing Student Activities Council; Nicole Schwanke, Dilworth, Minn., representing Student Ambassadors; and Kristin Domier, Forest River, N.D., representing Student Senate.