Homecoming activities continue at MHHS

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Mountain Home High School homecoming activities continue this week with the annual parade set for Wednesday afternoon at 5:30. The route will begin at Redeemer Lutheran Church and travel through the downtown area on Highway 62.

Thursday, high school students will have the opportunity to watch the powder puff football game at the high school from 12:26 - 1:46. Teams from grades 9-12 will participate. Admission cost is $1.

The 2017 homecoming court will be presented to the school on Friday at 2:30 at the pep rally at the Hangar. Friday evening at 6:30, the court will be presented to the community, and the king and queen will be crowned at Bomber Stadium. After the festivities, the Mountain Home Bomber football team takes the field to face Marion.

Following the game, a homecoming dance for students in grades 9-12 will be held in the old gym at MHHS until 11:00. Students are advised to wear school appropriate casual attire and bring $5 for an entry fee. Students must have their student ID badges present to enter the dance.

The "People's Choice Award" will be given to one of the grade level floats from Wednesday's parade. Members of the community can vote for their favorite float by clicking on the link  http://www.ktlo.com/2017/10/12/homecoming-float-contest/

Voting will continue until noon Friday.

Photo (left to right):
Front row - Cameron Boyett, Alexa Darracq, Anna Claire Lawrence, Zoe Eggensperger, Peyton Barrow, Torri Morris, LeeEtta Merkling

Second row - Jason Dupchak, Mattie Belk, Whitney Hill, Ava Strack, Leah Jackson, Sidney Foster, Savannah Barker, Chloe Nosari

Third row - Reese Villiger, Asa Smith, Luke Kruse, Jack Arp, Luke Forman, Reese Wendfeldt, Brett Stockfisch, Tyler Firment

Last Row - David Wehmeyer, Billy Beck, Eric Pederson, Read Parker, Whit Lawrence

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