Rochelle (Shelley) Rosvold Brown was one of five contestants who sought to be the St. Paul Winter Carnival's "Ambassador of Fun." Anita Elizabeth Mack of St. Paul took home the title Wednesday night.
Follow Inver Grove Heights Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free newsletter UPDATE THURSDAY, JAN. 10: Anita Elizabeth Mack of St. Paul took home the title of Klondike Kate 2013 on Wednesday night. ____________________________ Can Inver Grove Heights make it two straight in the Klondike Kate competition? Rochelle (Shelley) Rosvold Brown of Inver Grove Heights is one of five contestants in the running to be the 2013 Klondike Kate—the St. Paul Winter Carnival's "Ambassador of Fun." The competition will take place at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Prom Center in Oakdale. Brown is seeking to be the second consecutive Inver Grove resident to be crowded as Kate. Peggy Sweeney Junkin captured last year's Klondike Kate title. …
She topped seven other contestants in taking one of the St. Paul Winter Carnival's most visible roles.
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Shelley Brown and Peggy Sweeney Junkin are among eight contestants for the St. Paul Winter Carnival position.
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Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Two Inver Grove Heights residents will be vying for the titile of Klondike Kate—St. Paul’s so-called “mistress of fun, frivolity and good fellowship”—tonight at the Prom Center in Oakdale. Shelley Brown and Peggy Sweeney Junkin are among eight contestants for the position, which plays a sizable role in the upcoming St. Paul Winter Carnival. The Klondike Kate hopefuls, say a press release from the winter carnival committee, will be judged on musical performance, song choice, vocal abilities, costuming, crowd appeal and authenticity. Contestants will perform up to three songs in three rounds of competition, until a final elimination is made and Klondike Kate 2012 is chosen. In addition to taking part in the winter carnival, Klondike Kate …