Will it be Nevin Brown, Ales Preis or Jarely Castro?
Paul Stewart, Kyler Flock or Cesar Garay?
Those are the questions that will be answered Friday night when the 2013 GHS homecoming queen and king are announced and crowned at the halftime of the Greybull-Pinedale football game.
Attendants include: Freshmen: Tré Nelson and Stevie Wamhoff; sophomores Jorge Carmona and Karla Corral, and juniors, Wyatt Nielson and Lynae McBride.
Culminating this week’s events will be the volleyball match with Burlington, football game versus Pinedale and the homecoming dance in the middle school gym.
If you think you’re seeing “double” today (Thursday, Sept. 26) it’s because it has been designated as “twin day” at GHS. Tomorrow students will show their school spirit by donning blue and gold.
Thursday’s schedule also includes a water balloon competition at 6:30 p.m., followed by the burning of the G in the lot north of the Buff Gym.
The homecoming parade will start at 12:15 p.m., leaving from the Overland Express and proceeding south to the stoplight, east to the library, south to Fifth Avenue South, then past the elementary school en route for home.
Senior center event
The Big Horn County Prevention Alliance is sponsoring a special event to cap off homecoming week at Greybull High School.
The South Big Horn Senior Center will be opened up to all GHS students on Friday night — whether they attend the homecoming dance or not. A movie will be shown and there will be lots of food and games.
For those who don’t want to go to the dance, the center will open around 10. The center will remain open until well after the dance ends for those who do. Closing time will likely be around 2 or 2:30.
“We just want to give kids a place to hang out,” said Karen Sylvester of the prevention alliance.
For more information, contact Sylvester, 272-8503.