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Klamath Union High School's "Mr. Pelican" winner announced

Tay Vaughn, a junior at KUHS, took home the top prize

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Posted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 12:00 am

Klamath Union High School junior Tay Vaughn was crowned the winner of the Fifth Annual Mr. Pelican competition, held last Saturday at the Ross Ragland Theater.

Vaughn won on the strength of a song he wrote, in accompaniment with his piano music. According to Mary Mateos with KUHS, Vaughn will earn an undisclosed amount of college scholarship money, based on ticket revenue for the night’s event.

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