Congratulations to the Big Lake students who participated! Pictured from left to right: front row: Jessalyn Roussin, Bella Kallas, Cassie Knick. Second row: Cacia Stanley-Sanford, Autumn Clyde, Halley Alt. Third row: Natalia Springsteen, DeAnn Schmitt, Lauren McCreery, Abi Klier, Allison Bahe. Back row: Ms. Ebanks (BLHS Choir Director), Alyssa Nguyen, Donnie Johnson, Shantal Whitelaw. Not pictured: Crystal Nordquist, Jaidyn Anthoney, Julianna DeLong, Liz Thompson, Aerica Joos. Congratulations to Big Lake High School 11th grader, Cacia Stanley-Sanford, who was chosen as first runner-up for the 2014 High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in New York City! Stolahfestival picture is of entire choir

BLHS Choir has lots to be congratulated for!

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 Nineteen Big Lake High School choir students participated in the 111th Annual St. Olaf Choral Festival earlier this month. The students performed among 1,300 voices as part of the main festival choir. The event also included performances by specifically selected southern Minnesota high school choirs, and four choral ensembles from St. Olaf College.
Big Lake participants included members of the treble and concert choirs and chamber singers. The students performed under the direction of Dr. Anton Armstrong, the conductor of the world renowned St. Olaf Choir. Students participated in two intense rehearsal sessions during the day, then performed a public concert in the evening.
 

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DAUNTE BATES is ready to enjoy his lunch.

MONTICELLO PUBLIC WORKS Mike Rogers catching the cockatoo which flew into a window of their building. (Submitted photos).

2014-2015 SHERBURNE COUNTY FAIR Junior Royalty are Duke Mike Edlund, Duchess Sophia Gerou, King Justice Haom, Queen Peyton Provost, Prince Tyson Newman and Princess Lilian Lies with the past royalty. (Submitted photo courtesy of Always Platinum Photography).

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Cooper Adcock and Natalie Johnson volunteered to be in charge of selling snacks to weary shoppers at the Sale of Stuff.