If you've missed it, Patch users have uploaded dozens of pictures with the Albertville Royalty's adventures this summer, while Stefan Presslein provided some action shots of a local rodeo.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Friday, June 8, 2012
The eight candidates for Albertville Royalty, the junior royalty field and royalty past and present convened at the high school's performing arts center Tuesday night to kick off one busy week.
The "fishbowl" questions were tough, but the Albertville Royalty candidates were tougher as the young women strutted their stuff at the 2012 Style Show. The show, which has quickly become an Albertville Royalty tradition, was highlighted by the awarding of Miss Congeniality to Amanda Koep, a soon-to-be grad from St. Michael-Albertville High School. The girls will be all over Albertville Friendly City Days this weekend, offering root beer floats, serving up spaghetti at Saturday's dinner and, finally, capping the week with coronation Sunday afternoon.
Monday, March 26, 2012
Two of these great first-graders from Albertville or St. Michael will be this year's Junior Miss Albertville and two others will be Junior Commodore. Congrats to this year's finalists.
The Albertville Royalty Committee had their hands full Saturday with almost two dozen local first-graders competing to be part of the next Albertville Royalty. Named at Albertville Friendly City Days, four first-graders (two boys and two girls) will be named to the court as Junior Miss Albertville and Albertville Commodores. These finalists were selected Saturday during a full day of interviews, competition and fun with the current Albertville Royalty court, including Miss Albertville Jessica Wojcik and Princess Alyssa Gallagher, plus the current junior court. The process to find the next Miss Albertville (2012-2013) and her princesses will begin next month, as applications have started to roll in from local high school seniors and recent …
Friday, March 16, 2012
If you have a first-grade boy or girl who wants to spend the summer seeing the region, check out the Albertville Junior Royalty program.
The Albertville Junior Candidate Program still has openings for first grade boys and girls from any STMA elementary school to run for the Junior Candidate Program. ALL children interested now have the opportunity to try out for the Junior Royalty Court. If residents are interested in having a child participate in this process, follow these instructions: • Jr. Candidates must reside in the Albertville, St. Michael or Otsego area. Candidates must attend school in the STMA district and must be in the first grade. Each candidate is required to attend the interview and selections process to be considered as a finalist. Parents of candidate finalists must be willing to commit to the busy schedule of the royal court, should your child be …