A popular senior class fundraiser returned to the Franklin High School stage thanks to the efforts of Skylar Shields (seen crowning this year's MR. FHS Noah Taylor) who "begged the administration to make it happen," according to Shawn Hawke one of the senior class advisors.
The Mr. FHS pageant was started in 1995 as a fun pageant-style romp where the contestants, this year ten of them, compete in a series of fun pageant-esque exercises.
They opened the show with a group dance followed by each contestant modeling a different sport they chose to chat a little about. Everything from football to competitive trampolining.
They then showed off their talent that ranged from lip syncing and dancing to an original guitar composition were on display.
At the end of the interview Q and A a break for the audience to vote and a slideshow of "awwwww" photos of the contestants were supposed to be shown, but a tech glitch kept the "awwwww" from happening.
But the real winner of the night was the senior class who raised funds for their trip in the spring. And entire field of contestants turned to Shields to give credit to her for it all coming together. They presented her with a cake in appreciation.
Below are a few more photos from the night and you can visit even more by clicking here.