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SECA had its annual winter formal once again this past Friday night. Students gathered together to dance and hang out with their friends before the year comes to an end. Many took pictures and selfies to capture that moment. There was a photo booth with props and a background that was covered in plain white and snowflakes. Tickets were given to every student that would walk in the doors and that would give them a pass to a free photo. As soon as students would walk in the gym doors, they were asked to vote for this year’s snow prince and princess. They were given a blue sheet of paper with the student’s name that were running. Throughout the formal dance, the votes were getting counted. Towards the end, the winners got announced. They received a pin that said, “Prince” and “Princess.” The pins were a golden color and they got to keep it as a souvenir. The person that got chosen to be prince was, Prudencio Lyzander Ramiscal (10). The person that got chosen to be this year’s princess was Julie May Mula (10).

At the beginning, he was still debating of whether to run for prince or not but decided in the end. Some tactics he used was Instagram to get to his audience to get them to vote for him and his partner, Julie. Lyzander Ramiscal (10) was surprised to hear his name get called during the time of the results.

“I was nervous and overwhelmed. I thought I was going to lose to Jaron Arnold Ebuen and Jovaughn Quichocho,” said Ramiscal.

He appreciated the fact that people came out and voted for him as he felt that others were going to take his place. For being his first time winning, he felt so much joy and having another memory to save.

Julie May Mula (10) was announced this year’s princess and was shocked. What made her want to run was her friends.

“My friends were telling me to run and it sounded cool at the same time.”

She was anxious and scared at the same time because she thought that students did not know her and were not going to vote for her. While they were reporting the winners, Mula did not hear her name being said at first.

“I just stood there and had to hear my name a second time. It felt nice to win because this is my first time running and winning too,” said Mula.

Both prince and princess received pins. After calling out the winners, the DJ played slow songs and ended the night.

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