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Prom held at Hudson High School

The Hudson High School Prom was held Saturday night. The evening began with the grand march and coronation at the high school auditorium. Participants were then buses to Stillwater to board the Avalon Riverboat. On board they had dinner, a dance and a photo booth. The prom court included juniors, from left, Prince Quinn Zacharias, Prince John Koski, King Jack Hawksford, Queen Alyssa Morris, Princess Margaret Koehler and Princess Deena Whitwam. (Photos by Andrea Erlenborn and Samantha Anderson)1 / 10
Junior Erik Thorsen, left, shows off his “super powers” during the march with senior Miranda Faughn.2 / 10
Fashion takes an interesting twist as senior Erin Coyer strikes a pose.3 / 10
Junior Lauren Petersen, left, and senior Michael Huckin take a “selfie” during the grand march.4 / 10
This group of girls strikes a pose during the march. They are, from left, junior Ashley Dettmann, junior Kallie Benjamin and Kallie's sister who graduated in 2012, Kelsie Benjamin.5 / 10
Sophomore Kara Gabrielson, left, and senior Brian Lucksinger make a dance move on the stage.6 / 10
Junior Yuri Bronson, left, and sophomore Michaela Kramer make their way on stage.7 / 10
Senior Mathias Tobin, left, and sophomore Mikayla Hopp smile for the audience.8 / 10
Seniors Nicholas Smith, left, and Jordan Petersen make their way in the grand march.9 / 10
Seniors Bonnie Breyer, left, and Logan Hammer smile for the crowd.10 / 10

The Hudson High School Prom was held Saturday night. The evening began shortly after 4 p.m. with the grand march and coronation at the high school auditorium. A full house watched the participating students.

Participants were then buses to Stillwater to board the Avalon Riverboat. On board they had dinner, a dance and a photo booth. Nearly all of the students said they had a lot of fun.

The prom court included juniors Prince Quinn Zacharias, Prince John Koski, King Jack Hawksford, Queen Alyssa Morris, Princess Margaret Koehler and Princess Deena Whitwam.

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