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Homecoming royalty will be crowned at Friday’s halftime PDF Print E-mail

Candidates for Homecoming king and queen at Chase County Schools were announced early this week, and the royalty will be crowned at Friday’s halftime of the Longhorn/Cozad football game, which has an earlier start time at 6:30 p.m. Candidates, who were chosen on a vote last week by all grade 9-12 students, are seniors, from left, Ally Vrbas, Khris Kuhlmann, Kristen Jussel, Justus Wallin, Anna Bauerle and Korey Krutsinger. Formal crowning at the Homecoming dance later Friday evening will take place at 9:30 p.m. at the school, followed by the dance until 12 midnight. Other activities all week at CCS include daily dress-up events which included couples/twin day on Monday, 80’s day Tuesday, camouflage day Wednesday, character day Thursday and crazy orange/black day or jersey day on Friday. Homecoming activities are coordinated by the Student Council and CCS cheerleaders. (Republican photo)

 

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