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Homecoming Parade 2017

Katie Etringer

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The Homecoming Parade is a High School tradition that happens all over the country. For Farmington, it occurs on Wednesday after school on Homecoming Week September 30- October 7.

This years  parade started off with the schools marching band front and center as they started the general feel of this fun day. Once the band passed, many of the schools sports, theater programs, clubs and more came by cheering for their school and town. Including the football team, cheerleaders, FFA, speech theater, student council, etc.

They had some candy and beads that they threw out to the crowd which the children really loved. The kids were looking all over the ground for some spare pieces of candy that they might have missed. It was an amazing time for the community to come together and celebrate all that is Farmington.

 

 

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