Plenty of activities are planned for Homecoming
LAUREL — Despite restrictions imposed by Covid-19, the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge student body has declared LCC “The Happiest Place on Earth” for Homecoming week 2020.
“We are making the most of the situation. The students will get a special week and we are doing our best to make it a week to remember,” said LCC Student Council sponsor, Angie Roberts,
Festivities began Sunday night with free hotdogs, an athlete meet and greet, a few bits of entertainment, and a bonfire.
The week’s activities include: Disney themed dress-up days.
Monday: Roll out the Red Carpet, be inspired by your favorite star. Dress for success, red carpet style.
Tuesday: Monster’s University, wear your best college gear.
Wednesday: Sleeping Beauty, roll out of bed, it’s pajama day.
Thursday: Thursday is Disney Day so students can dress up as their favorite Disney Character.
Friday, School Spirit, Orange and Black Attack Day.
The community is invited and encouraged to gather for the pep rally downtown on the corner of Second and Oak streets on Friday at 3 p.m.
This year’s Homecoming coronation will take place at Haskell Field after the conclusion of the football game on Friday evening.
This year’s king candidates are Trystin Follette, Austin Hall, Cael Hartung, Trace Naeve, and Nolan Ohlrich.
The queen candidates are Erica Benson, Kaylee Donner, Megan Forsberg, Jadyn Kinkaid, and Katie Schutte.
Erica Wolfgram will serve as the Mistress of Ceremonies and Ethan Cross will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. Dillon Olson and Jordynn Urwiler will be the Junior attendants. The Crown Bearers are Evie Specht and Emmett Johnson.
Evie Specht and Emmett Johnson are following in their parent’s footsteps. Amber Specht and Joey Johnson were crown bearers for Homecoming in 1987.
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