IT’S ELECTION TIME AND HERE’S WHERE YOU CAN WATCH THE RACE!
The chart below has plenty of room for new King and Queen nominees. If you would like to get your name or someone you know in the running keep reading and find out how.
You can’t have Mardi Gras without a King and Queen.
We all know someone who should be recognized for an outstanding job or an amazing accomplishment. Someone that always goes above and beyond the call of duty and has no problem going that extra mile. Nominate your special someone and let them know how much you appreciate what they have done.
Nominate a friend, family member or yourself by writing the nominee’s name in the nomination envelope. Then place a campaign contribution inside and submit it into the King and Queen ballot box at the entrance at the Mardi Gras Dinner and Dance.
(EVERY DOLLAR EQUALS ONE VOTE SO VOTE OFTEN)
The New King and Queen will be announced @ 9:30pm, at the Mardi Gras Dinner and Dance.
To the Victor go the Spoils:
As a fund-raiser for All Saints Catholic School, the nominees with the highest campaign collection wins. The winning King and Queen will receive multiple prizes and of course the adoration of the Mardi Gras Court as well as two free tickets to Mardi Gras 2018.
Ted and Liz Molina were able to take the win in 2015, just beating out Falph and Gloria Fresquez who came in a very respectable second place and Larry & Sandra Longo in third.
The Angladas beat the Rincons by a difference of only $3.00 to win the ever-so coveted title of King and Queen for the All Saints 20th Mardi Gras Celebration. King Richard and Queen Marianne earned themselves a few gift certificates from Peppers Grill & Bar, a gift certificate to Tracy’s Nails & Spaand two free tickets to this year’s Mardi Gras.
It is rather fitting that the Angladas were crowned. Much like our DJ, Louis Najar, they have been a staple of the Mardi Gras celebrations for all its twenty years.
Congratulations to the new royals.
ALL HAIL KING RICHARD!
ALL HAIL QUEEN MARIANNE!