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JHS HOMECOMING 2013

The Class of 1968 was one of several classes that were represented at Saturday’s event1 / 10
Joyce Engel, staff member at Discovery Middle School, brought her desk along so she could get some work done along the parade route.2 / 10
These young “Lincolns” represented Lincoln Elementary School. 3 / 10
The Girls Volleyball Team was 2nd, winning $100 with their “Dig It” float.4 / 10
The Boys Soccer Team took 1st place in this year’s parade contest, winning $150 with their “Putting Out the Competition.”5 / 10
The Girls Soccer Team placed 3rd, earning $50, with their “Dreams Do Come True” float.6 / 10
The cheer leaders helped keep the student body fired up throughout the pep fest.7 / 10
Four teams used duct tape to hold one team member to the wall.8 / 10
The entire student body attended a pep fest at the school on Friday. The event included several games, pitting seniors, juniors and sophomores against each other. One of the competitions included a person trying to toss Cheetos and get them to stick in their partner’s hair, which was covered in whipped cream.9 / 10
Members of the JHS student council rocketed T-shirt prizes out into the crowd throughout the event (above left).10 / 10

Jefferson High School’s (JHS) 2013 Homecoming was celebrated with a full slate of activities last week. Powderpuff football and volleyball games were held last Sunday. Coronation was held Monday, with pep fests held at all District 206 schools on Friday.

A community parade and tailgate party were held Saturday, followed by a 3 p.m. football game with the Alexandria Cardinals up against the Willmar Cardinals.

More photos can be found at the Echo Press photo store online at www.echopress.mycapture.com.

Tara Bitzan

Tara Bitzan is editor of the Echo Press. She joined the company in 1991 as a news reporter. A lifelong resident of Douglas County, Tara graduated from Brandon High School and earned a bachelor of arts degree in mass communications and English with a minor in Scandinavian Studies from Moorhead State University. She and her husband, Dennis, and their children live near Alexandria.

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