Ray Homecoming Week kickoff

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By Vicki Clark

Ray High School Homecoming Week will kick off this evening with an mini-concert for the listening pleasure of patrons of Old Time Pizza and anybody else who would like to come by.

Twenty-five percent of the evening’s proceeds from our favorite pizza place will be donated to the band’s Disneyland Adventure Fund. The Bearcat Marching Band will be on hand starting at 7:00 p.m.

All four classes have been busy this week preparing float entries for the Homecoming Parade slated for this Fri., Sept. 14. The parade will begin forming at Hubbard Park and Jamestown Rd. and will get underway at 4:00 p.m. following the route up Tilbury and across Alden Rd.

A tailgate party will follow the parade at the old cafeteria ramada with the Bearcat Booster Club offering a hamburger plate with chips and a drink for $5.

All current students, alumni and supporters are invited to join in. Football and volleyball players, the cheer squad and band member eat for free. Please wear your maroon and white and if you don’t have any, the booster club has Bearcat T-shirts for sale.

Donations of water, paper plates, soft drinks and hamburger patties are welcome from anyone who would like to help. Contact Donna Hatfield for more information.

The Bearcats will entertain Ft. Thomas with kick-off at 7:00 p.m. Homecoming Royalty will be crowned during half-time and the winners of the float competition will be announced.

There is also a rumor that once again there will be a Bearcat Alumni Band in attendance during the game.

Homecoming Royalty this year includes Harmony Woomwood and Eric Goodwin , Queen and King; Ashley Meza and Rexx Sosa, Junior Attendants; Taylor Day and Jacob Pace, Sophomore Attendants; and Sarah Dunklee and Austin Huffman, Freshmen Attendants.

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