It’s prom time in Dolores and Cortez

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It’s prom time in Dolores and Cortez

Royalty takes stage at annual dance in Cortez and Dolores
The Dolores Secondary School royal court at Saturday night’s prom. From left: Wade Charles, Aspen Lopez, Lyndi Belt, Thaddeus Lee, Phillip Hufman and Abby Jones.
Dolores School District RE-4A held its prom at the Elks Lodge in Cortez because of recent flooding in the Dolores High gym.
Lyndi Belt and Thaddeus Lee were named Dolores High School prom queen and king.
Montezuma-Cortez High School juniors and seniors gather outside the high school before the Grand March to celebrate the passing of the leadership role.
Members of the Montezuma-Cortez High School leadership team light a torch to symbolize the passing off of their role.
The Montezuma-Cortez High School “Queen’s Court” awaits the announcement of prom queen. From left: Nanabah Sam, Ayanna Silas, and Liz Hughes.
Liz Hughes was named prom queen for Montezuma-Cortez High School. Choir teacher Marla Sitton served as emcee, and Ayanna Silas, left, was a member of the court.
The Montezuma-Cortez High School “King’s Court” prepares for the announcement of prom king with a drumroll. From left: Louis Gonzalez, Kale Hall, and Kerwin Tom.
Marla Sitton crowns Louis Gonzales as prom king for Montezuma-Cortez High School on Saturday night.
A couple gets creative during the Montezuma-Cortez High School Grand March.
Student dress included bow ties, gowns, heels ... and Crocs.

It’s prom time in Dolores and Cortez

The Dolores Secondary School royal court at Saturday night’s prom. From left: Wade Charles, Aspen Lopez, Lyndi Belt, Thaddeus Lee, Phillip Hufman and Abby Jones.
Dolores School District RE-4A held its prom at the Elks Lodge in Cortez because of recent flooding in the Dolores High gym.
Lyndi Belt and Thaddeus Lee were named Dolores High School prom queen and king.
Montezuma-Cortez High School juniors and seniors gather outside the high school before the Grand March to celebrate the passing of the leadership role.
Members of the Montezuma-Cortez High School leadership team light a torch to symbolize the passing off of their role.
The Montezuma-Cortez High School “Queen’s Court” awaits the announcement of prom queen. From left: Nanabah Sam, Ayanna Silas, and Liz Hughes.
Liz Hughes was named prom queen for Montezuma-Cortez High School. Choir teacher Marla Sitton served as emcee, and Ayanna Silas, left, was a member of the court.
The Montezuma-Cortez High School “King’s Court” prepares for the announcement of prom king with a drumroll. From left: Louis Gonzalez, Kale Hall, and Kerwin Tom.
Marla Sitton crowns Louis Gonzales as prom king for Montezuma-Cortez High School on Saturday night.
A couple gets creative during the Montezuma-Cortez High School Grand March.
Student dress included bow ties, gowns, heels ... and Crocs.
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