High school homecoming events rescheduled for Oct. 5-6

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Whitefish High School will be celebrating its previously canceled homecoming activities on Thursday, Oct. 5 and Friday, Oct. 6.

Dress up days, lunchtime activities, volleyball match, parade, Booster Club barbecue, football game, and dance have all been rescheduled to celebrate Bulldog pride. Specific activity start times are listed on the high school website at http://whs.wsd44.org/.

The homecoming parade and business window decorating competition has also been rescheduled.

The parade will be Friday, Oct. 6 at 4:30 p.m. through downtown and is open to everyone. Business, organization or school groups are encouraged to participate and support the Bulldogs.

Visit the high school website for a link to the parade route, guidelines and entry forms or stop by the high school main office to pick up a packet.

Those that previously submitted an entry form are presumed to be participating unless the school is notified otherwise.

For questions, contact the high school main office at 862-8600, email Jenny St. Onge at stongej@whitefishschools.org, or contact Damian Estrada at 862-8600 ext. 440 or estradad@whitefishschools.org.

Businesses are also being challenged to get involved through a window decorating contest.

The goal is to see windows decked in green and gold, and marquees filled with messages in support of the Bulldogs. For questions, contact Kelliann Blackburn at 862-8600 ext. 444 or blackburnk@whitefishschools.org.

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