Brussels High School’s homecoming is in the books
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By Cynthia Haggitt
Brussels High School’s Homecoming Week wrapped up with a parade, a victory at the football game with Pleasant Hill/Northwest (22-8) this past Friday and dancing on Saturday night outside under the stars.
Locals kicked off festivities early on Friday evening, as everyone gathered on the main street sitting in their lawn chairs to view the festivities.
The parade began at 6 p.m.
The parade began at the Brussels High School and ended at the Brussels American Legion. Participation involved the student body, the volleyball team, school clubs and all the homecoming candidates, which included representatives from the freshman, sophomore, juniors and the senior class.
“Thanks for everyone coming out to support the school,” Jeanne Johnes said.
Candy was enjoyed by all.
The dance was held under the stars and outside so students were not required to wear a mask at the dance. Emma Hagen and Josie Friedel were both crowned queen of the dance. It was a night to remember for this year’s festivities.