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Morningside College announces 2018 Homecoming royalty

October 10, 2018, in Latest News

Morningside College seniors Nicole Yablonski from Omaha, Neb., and Brock Bourek from Columbus, Neb., were crowned the 2018 Homecoming queen and king during coronation ceremonies held in Eppley Auditorium on Oct. 9.

Yablonski is a music education major at Morningside. She is a member of the Collegiate National Association for Music Education and Omicron Delta Kappa national leadership honor society. Yablonski also sings with the Morningside College Choir and serves as choir president.

Bourek is majoring in theatre and arts administration. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music social fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega theatre honor society and Theta Alpha Kappa religious studies honor society. In addition to singing with the Morningside College Choir, Bourek also has performed in and directed several theatre productions.

Other candidates for queen were Rylee Frake from Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Kayla Kirchhoff from Lewis, Iowa; Megan Maaske from Woodbine, Iowa; Ons Souissi from Tunisia; and Alisia Woodward from Waterloo, Iowa.

Other candidates for king were Jackson Allen from Fort Collins, Colo.; Hunter Davis from Spirit Lake, Iowa; Alex Harrison from Tallahassee, Fla.; Nickolas Madsen from Le Mars, Iowa; and Anthony Patton from Lincoln, Neb.