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Mr. Viking contest at South Tahoe High

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune Competing for the title of South Tahoe High's Mr. Viking are, top row from left, Tom Cocking, Jamie Moore, Martin Rider, Son Tran, Eric Hamden, Nik Mercado, Tyler Rieger and Danny Tobin; in front is Trevor Ricioli. Not pictured are Danny Tilles and Erik Gallanty.
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South Tahoe High School’s Vikings are in search of their first annual Mr. Viking, who will be chosen based on a score from a panel of judges during a competition which includes the guys showing off their casual wear, swim wear, formal wear, and a two-minute talent. Talents range from playing the guitar to doing a ribbon dance – sure to delight everyone in the audience.

Also in the Mr. Viking competition is an award called the People’s Choice Award. The audience members will vote on their favorite contestant by putting money in jars with the contestants’ names, with each dollar collected counting as a vote. The People’s Choice Award winner will receive a monetary award similar to the contestant winning the actual contest and all of the money collected will be donated to the charity of his choice. Some of the chosen charities include Save the Bears and The Breast Cancer Foundation.

The boys will be chosen based on stage appearance and character and the one with the highest score at the end of the night will be named South Tahoe’s Mr. Viking. This fun and entertaining competition is on May 14 at 6:00 p.m. in the high school’s Little Theatre. Tickets are available in advance from the ASB office at the high school and will also be available at the door. The price is $7 general admission, $6 for kids and students, and $5 for students with a Super ASB Card. All of the proceeds collected will go back to the students of STHS through their Leadership and activities programs. Come enjoy a delightful evening of superb entertainment from our local boys!


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