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Students enjoy Masquerade-themed prom at Madrid Theatre

Prom was held Saturday, April 6 where seniors Abby Wolff and Adam McClendon were crowned prom queen and prom king

The Madrid Theatre served as the location of a Masquerade-themed prom Saturday, April 6 from 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. During the coronation ceremony, senior Abby Wolff was crowned prom queen and senior Adam McClendon was crowned prom king.

With a prom full of memories, McClendon shares which moments throughout the night were his favorite.

“My favorite memory from prom was getting tricked into eating a whole garlic clove because I thought that it was white chocolate,” McClendon said. “I also enjoyed becoming prom king because it shocked me that people voted for me.”

Sharing where her group took pictures and ate dinner, Wolff explains why they picked those locations.

“We took pictures at the Nelson and we ate dinner at Buca di Beppo. We chose those places because they were all so close to each other so it was convenient.” said Wolff. “They were also close to where the dance was in Madrid. The dance this year was so much better than last year because it was more open so you weren’t so closed and packed in with everyone.”

Describing the prom venue, McClendon describes what he liked about the prom.

“The atmosphere of prom was hype and everyone was smiling. The second floor where you could watch everyone dance was super cool,” McClendon said. “I loved that I got to take lots of pictures with everyone at the dance.”

Winning prom queen, Wolff describes her reaction and why she was grateful for a good senior prom.

“My favorite memory about prom was definitely winning prom queen. That is an experience that I will never forget. When I won I didn’t really believe it, it felt so surreal. I was so shocked. It was such a memorable moment and was a fun, exciting experience,” Wolff said. “Overall my senior prom this year was so much fun, especially getting a bus to take everyone everywhere and having an amazing time with my friends.”

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Meg McAfee
Meg McAfee, JAG reporter/writer
This is junior Meg McAfee’s second year on the yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of a writer. When not working for the yearbook, you can find her running cross country and track or participating in NHS, Educators Rising, and being a chair for Relay For Life. Outside of school she enjoys hanging out with her friends and teammates, eating ice cream, blasting Taylor Swift, watching sunsets, or watching her favorite TV shows on her couch. 
Maggie Kriks
Maggie Kriks, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Maggie Kirks’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff and she will be taking the position of writer and photographer. Outside of yearbook she can be found participating in the band. Outside of school she enjoys reading, watching movies or TV shows, and drawing.  
Evie Tindell
Evie Tindell, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Evie Tindell’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff where she’ll be taking on the role of photographer. In school she’s a member of the GSA club. Outside of school she enjoys going rock climbing, playing softball with her friends, listening to music, and reading in her room til 4am. 

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