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The tradition continues: Saranac Lake Winter Carnival 2009

Princess: Christina Sun Kok

Christina Sun Kok was born in Rochester, NY and graduated from Churchville-Chili High School. She expects to graduate from Paul Smith's College in May 2009 with a degree in Hotel, Travel and Tourism Management. She is employed by Paul Smith's College as a Resident Assistant. Christina's special interests include basketball, camping and kayaking, as well as mountain climbing. She also rides bicycles, a dirt bike and a motorcycle. She has volunteered in the Relay for Life, the International Coastal Clean-up and the Light the Night Leukemia Walk.

After graduation, Christina would like to make a career in event planning at resorts or for a cruise line. Christina is a first generation of Cambodian ancestry and is fluent in Khmer, the Cambodian language. She is the daughter of Socheytha and Montha Kok and is the middle child between siblings Thary and Justin.

Attendants to the King and Queen:

Steven Burpoe & Corine Becker

Steven is the son of Tim Burpoe and Sue Cherny. Steven is the middle brother of three, falling between older brother Joe and younger brother Michael. This gives him "middle child status" which explains his idiosyncrasies. Steven has been captain of each of the three sports he plays: football, basketball and baseball. He has been active in men's ensemble, the musicals and a variety of other clubs. He plans to attend college in the fall - hopefully some place will take him.

Corine is the daughter of Dale and Cass Becker and the sister of Alex. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Women's Ensemble and secretary of the senior class. Corrine is also a three-sport athlete, playing soccer and running indoor and outdoor track and field. Next year she plans to study sports medicine and run track in college. Corrine is honored to be a member of the 2009 Winter Carnival Court and wishes everyone a happy carnival.

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