CHS to celebrate Homecoming


Concordia High School will celebrate Homecoming Week Oct. 5-9, carrying out themes each day. Highlights will include a pep rally/bonfire on Thursday, an assembly, parade and a coronation ceremony prior to the football game with Wamego on Friday followed by a dance in the CHS Junior Varsity gym.
 Theme days will include: Blue Day (in conjunction with Anti-Bullying Week), Monday; 'Merica Day, Tuesday; Shades Day, Wednesday; Throwback Day, Thursday; and Red Day, Friday.
 The Pep Rally/Bonfire on Thursday, Oct. 8 will start at 9 p.m. at the Cloud County Fairgrounds. Featured will be performances by the CHS Band, Dance Team and cheerleaders and presentation of Fall sports teams. Parents and community members are invited to attend.
 The Homecoming Assembly will be at 2:30 p.m., Friday, in the CHS Auditorium. King and Queen candidates who will be introduced are: Shania Anguish, Ethan Bechard, Kayla Dvorak, Cooper Holmes, Taylor Lagasse, Diobelys Nunez, Hunter Mendenhall, Colby Trost, Kahlie Miller and Logan Widen. Parents and community members are welcome to attend.
 Theme for the parade on 6th Street which will start at 3:30 p.m., Friday, is "Halloween." It will feature class floats, king and queen candidates, CHS band, dancers, cheerleaders and Fall sports teams. Parade announcements will be made from in front of Tom's Music House.
 The Coronation ceremony will be at approximately 6:30 p.m., Friday, in Harold M Clark Stadium prior to the football game vs Wamego. WingerMix DJ Service will provide music for the dance.


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