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Homecoming 2017

By Helen Acevedo, Staff Writer

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Homecoming Spirit Week — a time to show club pride, dress up for each day’s theme, and participate in lunch activities — kicked off on Monday, October 16th with Character Day, which had a costume contest and the game “Blindly Feeding the Baby.” Tuesday, October 17th was Twin Day, with a game of musical chairs. Wednesday, October 18th was Tourist Day, which had a pie-eating contest. Thursday, October 19th was Throwback Thursday, with a relay race. The week ended with a bang on Friday, October 20th with the annual Homecoming Parade; the Homecoming Game and Dance followed in the evening.

The Class of 2018 voted for the 2018 Homecoming Court on October 11th during the Club Fair that was held in the gym. The Homecoming Court was announced at the Homecoming Dance on October 13th at the Firefighter’s Benevolent Association Hall. The court is made up of 5 princes and 5 princesses: Prince Ariel Trueba, Princess Britney Alpizar, Prince Kelvin Rivera, Princess Ingrid Espinoza-Hueck, Prince Fernando Alvarez, Princess Mingli Yactayo, Prince Tommy Collins, Princess Helen Acevedo, Prince Gabriel Francisco, and Princess Maria Narvaez. On October 20th, Ariel Trueba and Maria Narvaez were named Homecoming King and Queen.

 

HOMECOMING PARADE

 

SPIRIT WEEK

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