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Fargo South Hall of Fame ceremony Sept. 28

FARGO -- Fargo South High School will host its annual Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28 at the school, 1840 15th Ave. S. The ceremony is open to the public and attendees are asked to use the 17th Avenue entrance.

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Robert Narveson

FARGO - Fargo South High School will host its annual Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, Sept. 28 at the school, 1840 15th Ave. S. The ceremony is open to the public and attendees are asked to use the 17th Avenue entrance.

The night's schedule includes a social in the commons room at 4:15 p.m., followed by the induction ceremony and dinner at 4:30 p.m. The homecoming football game starts at 7 p.m., with hall of fame introductions at half-time.

Hall of fame ceremony tickets are available for $10 by calling 701-446-2011.

This year's hall of fame inductees are:

  • Robert Narveson: 1980 graduate, president and CEO of Plymouth, Minn.-based Thrifty White Drug Pharmacy for nearly 20 years. He has also served as vice chairman for Premier Value Alliance and as a University of Minnesota pharmacy advisory board member.
  • Andy Mariner: 1996 graduate, U.S. Navy commander who has served as the commanding officer of the Navy's Fighter Weapons School, known as TOPGUN, since 1986. He has flown more than 3,000 flight hours, including numerous combat missions.
  • John Kelley: faculty, teacher and coach at South from 1967 to 2001, assistant football coach for 34 years and assistant wrestling coach for 11 years. He was nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence for science education.
  • Del Schrock: faculty, spent many years as the English department and held leadership positions in state and local education associations, including president of the Fargo Education Association. He was named PTA Teacher of the Year. Schrock also served as the mayor of Casselton, N.D., and as a member of the Central Cass School Board.

South's homecoming king and queen coronation will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24 at the school. Queen candidates include: Laura Carlson, Ceely Fritz, Kiaira Goodman, Mianna Hager, Natalie Jones, Naiya Karl, Jalan Kellar, Brooklyn Klein, Allison Rheault and Molly Sundbom. King candidates include: Drew Brown, Wyatt Hanson, Brody Herrick, Pierce Johnson, Clay Ludwick, Carter Morrau, Blaze Remmen, Blaize Shiek, Jonah VanCamp and Dawson Weisenberger.

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