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Cloquet seniors take homecoming breather


March 5, 2021

Shelley Robideaux

Candidates pictured from left are Mireye Moose, AJ Maijala, Morgan VanReese, Paddy Genereau, Kellie Martin, Michael Kayser, Elle Carlson, Tyler Issendorf, Lauren Sertich, Logan Dushkin, Natalie Hoffman, Cade Anderson, Brenna Mattson, Dylan Heehn, Brenna McClarey, Henry Slater, Emma Swanson, Jack Slater and Elli Willoughby.

Homecoming candidates were allowed to take a quick group photo without masks, but most of the ceremonies in the high school auditorium Thursday, Feb. 25 were both masked and socially distanced. No others except for emcees and last year's king and queen were allowed in the auditorium - although each candidate could have two guests (mostly parents). Instead, the short program was livestreamed into homeroom classes, and distance learners watched from home.

Jana Peterson

Homecoming queen Emma Swanson and king Logan Dushkin are all smiles after the coronation Thursday.

To make up for many events lost or changed due to the pandemic, a group of parents organized a "Senior Snow Day" at Pine Valley Feb. 26 for this year's senior class. Close to 80 students turned out for a day that included many outdoor activities. It coincided with a week of homecoming activities.


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