Students Attend the Hills Homecoming

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Students Attend the Hills Homecoming

Warren Hills students celebrated at the Homecoming Dance quite differently this year. The dance was originally set to start at seven on Saturday October 26, when the Warren Hills football team came down with mononucleosis and had to cancel the Homecoming Football game scheduled for October 25, the dance was moved to replace the game. Before the dance, however, the usual announcement of king and queen was set before the dance, accompanied by the Marching Band field show. “Things happen, it was just one homecoming [and] it was good considering the circumstances.” said Ashley Desroisiers, a member of Student Council. Jake Smith and Paulina Georgoutsos were 2019 Homecoming King and Queen.
(Photo by Emily Deming)

Warren Hills students celebrated at the Homecoming Dance quite differently this year. The dance was originally set to start at seven on Saturday October 26, when the Warren Hills football team came down with mononucleosis and had to cancel the Homecoming Football game scheduled for October 25, the dance was moved to replace the game. Before the dance, however, the usual announcement of king and queen was set before the dance, accompanied by the Marching Band field show. “Things happen, it was just one homecoming [and] it was good considering the circumstances.” said Ashley Desroisiers, a member of Student Council. Jake Smith and Paulina Georgoutsos were 2019 Homecoming King and Queen. (Photo by Emily Deming)

Warren Hills students celebrated at the Homecoming Dance quite differently this year. The dance was originally set to start at seven on Saturday October 26, when the Warren Hills football team came down with mononucleosis and had to cancel the Homecoming Football game scheduled for October 25, the dance was moved to replace the game. Before the dance, however, the usual announcement of king and queen was set before the dance, accompanied by the Marching Band field show. “Things happen, it was just one homecoming [and] it was good considering the circumstances.” said Ashley Desroisiers, a member of Student Council. Jake Smith and Paulina Georgoutsos were 2019 Homecoming King and Queen. (Photo by Emily Deming)

Warren Hills students celebrated at the Homecoming Dance quite differently this year. The dance was originally set to start at seven on Saturday October 26, when the Warren Hills football team came down with mononucleosis and had to cancel the Homecoming Football game scheduled for October 25, the dance was moved to replace the game. Before the dance, however, the usual announcement of king and queen was set before the dance, accompanied by the Marching Band field show. “Things happen, it was just one homecoming [and] it was good considering the circumstances.” said Ashley Desroisiers, a member of Student Council. Jake Smith and Paulina Georgoutsos were 2019 Homecoming King and Queen. (Photo by Emily Deming)

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