A parade on Oct. 5 will kick off the 70th Homecoming celebration at Cardington-Lincoln High School.
The parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the high school and will follow a route through the village ending up at the high school where a bonfire will be lit.
The homecoming ceremony will take place at 6:30 pm on Oct. 7 on the Merle Fisher Athletic Field. It will precede the football game at 7 p.m. when the Pirates host the Elgin Comets.
Queen candidates, all seniors, are Racheal Rees, Jessica Shook and Markayla Sites. King candidates, also seniors are Skyler Bowling, Luke McCarrell and Devin Pearl.
Attendants are Sydney Vaught, a junior; Maci Morgan, sophomore and Madison Sites, freshman. Junior court members, all first grade students, are Riley Bierl, daughter of Jacob and Jennifer Bierl; Bailey Crone, daughter of Alex and Jennifer Crone and Brayden Alwood, son of Colin and Brittany Alwood.
Crowning the 2016 king and queen will be the 2015 royal couple, Tiara Snyder and Johnny Levings.
A dance, sponsored by the Cardington-Lincoln High School student council and Spirit Club will follow the game. The dance is for students in grades 9-12. Kirsten Ebert is advisor of the student council and Spirit Club.
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