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Faces of AAO: Kay Bolduan


Let's meet AAO/MASAA (Minneapolis Aquatennial Senior Alumni Association) volunteer extraordinaire, Kay Bolduan! In 2016, Kay served as Senior Queen.


How did you first hear about the Aquatennial and why did you get involved?

As a candidate for the MASAA Senior Royalty Program where I was selected and served as the 2016 Senior Queen.

What is your favorite aspect/memory/event with Aqua week?

Please don't ask me to choose. I love everything about Aquatennial week for different reasons.

How have you been involved with the AAO?

I have been a member of the AAO since late 2016. I have served as the MASAA Appearance Coordinator, the MASAA President, and chairperson of the 2018 Aquatennial Fireworks picnic - a joint effort between the AAO and MASAA. I also sing with the Minneapolis Aquatennial Senior Alumni Association Singers.

Why do you continue to be involved with the AAO?

As a woman, I have an interest in programs that support girls and women. The AAO is one such program.

What are your hopes for Aquatennial/the AAO?

My hope is that the AAO will be around for a very long time and that it's program will continue to evolve into a world class program for young women.

Kay retired from 3M, and is a mom to three adult children: Ryan, Jeffrey and Alexandra. She is a genealogical researcher, interested in world cultures and loves to travel.

Are you interested in being a senior ambassador? Click here to learn more about the MASAA, and to find the application information!

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