Candidates chosen for Viking Days King and Queen
Thursday, October 8, 2009
SIOUX FALLS – Ten Augustana seniors have been nominated to serve as King and Queen for Viking Days 2009.
The final voting by students is scheduled for Thursday, October 8, with coronation set for 7:00 p.m. Monday, October 12, in the Elmen Center.
“There’s No Place Like Home” is the theme for Viking Days 2009, October 16-18. In a departure from the past, most events will be held on campus this year, including the homecoming parade.
The King and Queen will be chosen from the following candidates:
Redwood Falls, MN
Big Timber, MT
Mark Buboltz is majoring in biology, He is the son of Patricia and Roger Buboltz.
David Foster is majoring in exercise science and fitness management. He is the son of Nancy and Brent Foster.
Philip Mulder is majoring in government/international affairs and psychology. He is the son of Trudy and Richard Mulder.
Blake Thompson is majoring in business administration. He is the son of Jana and Vance Thompson.
Bob Wendland is majoring in theatre and communication studies. He is the son of Rebecca and Keith Wendland.
Kelsey Acers is majoring in music education. She is the daughter of Becky and Terry Acers.
Melissa Austad is majoring in English and secondary education. She is the daughter of Denise and David Austad.
Kayla Graber is majoring in biology. She is the daughter of Linda and Calvin Graber.
Marie Halvorson is a communication/business major. She is the daughter of Nancy and Randolph Halverson.
Megan Hasche is majoring in French and journalism. She is the daughter of Wendy and Bruce Hasche.