Homecoming in full swing
The homecoming parade, chili dinner and bonfire are finished; now it's time for the Lansing High School homecoming football game, coronation and dance.
Homecoming week activities got into full swing Wednesday with a parade through the Fawn Valley neighborhood south and east of the high school, the annual Lansing Booster Club chili feed and bonfire.
Events continue with the coronation of this year's homecoming king and queen during halftime of Friday's football game against Bonner Springs.
LHS Homecoming Parade 2006
Lansing High School had its annual homecoming parade on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
LHS students cast their final votes for homecoming king and queen Monday from a pool of three senior males and three senior females.
King candidates are Alex Burton, Stefan Froelich and Nate Markovetz.
Homecoming queen candidates are Elizabeth Cristiano, Courtney Hall and Abby Hauver.
Homecoming court princes and princesses who were chosen to represent the underclassmen are:
Freshmen: Scott Roberts and Katelyn Griffen
Sophomores: Evan Fowler and Nichole Goff
Juniors: Michael Gonzalez and Kelsie Hudson.
Homecoming festivities conclude with a dance from 8 to 11 p.m. Saturday at the high school. This year's theme is "Shall We Dance
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