Homecoming activities start with PHS Volunteer Day Wednesday

Free pet washing was among the services offered Wednesday during PHS Volunteer Day

Bluejay pride was visible Wednesday as students fanned out around the community for their annual homecoming morning of volunteer work projects.

Homecoming activities will continue Wednesday night with a parade at 6 p.m. followed by a sandwich/chip/drink meal offered at the high school, with proceeds going to the Junior Class Prom Committee. The homecoming royalty will be crowned at 8 p.m. in the PHS gymnasium.

Homecoming activities will continue Thursday, with students dressing in “Space” outfits during the day. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at a coronation ceremony Thursday in the PHS gym beginning at 8 p.m. A bonfire and pep rally will immediately follow at the Perry Athletic Complex.

Queen candidates include Diana Barron, Addison Huntington, Abril Vaca, Valeria Gomez and Kaitlyn Leber. The king will be chosen from among Erick Escobar, Drake Levan, Kain Killmer, Keegan Snyder and Jonathan Barrios-Munoz.

The Bluejays will host the Nevada Cubs Friday night at Dewey Field.


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