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Derby Days Parade Coordinator Celebrated

Derby Days Parade Coordinator, Lois Weckman, was crowned honorary royalty at the parade Sunday in Shakopee.

Derby Days Parade Coordinator, Lois Weckman, had a pleasant surprise while working the parade on Sunday. Miss Minnesota Valley Royalty walked up to her and crowned her "honorary" royalty. She was provide a tiara, sash, crown pin and scepter for all of the hard work she does during the yearly celebration.

Lois has volunteer for the Derby Days parade for the past 20 years. She has been the parade coordinator for the past nine years.

Pictured: Lois Weckman and Jessica Rollins, Queen of Winter

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matt lehman August 09, 2012 at 03:47 AM
WTG Lois! You have volunteered many years to Derby Days in general besides the last 9 or 10 years doing the parade. I have witnessed first hand that even the years you have commanded the parades, you where still an active member in the overall planning/functions of Derby Days. We the members of this community appreciate and thank you for your hard work making our community better. All the Derby Days Board Members, event chairs, sponsors, volunteers, and any I have missed should also be commended for their dedication to community, thank you all.
Sandy August 12, 2012 at 09:57 PM
I have know Lois since I was a little kid. She was volunteering back then as my softball coach. We are lucky as a community to have Lois. What a wonderful person!
Shirley August 13, 2012 at 05:28 PM
Lois Congradulations. You work so Hard on all the little details. Thanks for being a great Shakopee Derby Days Committee member. Not only working on the parade you are volunteering wherever we need you during the celebration.

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