Instead of October, Homecoming activities have been observed this week at Cedartown High School and will conclude Friday, Sept. 28.
A parade is set for 4:30 p.m. downtown on Friday, of which the public is invited to attend.
The Bulldogs will be hosting the Hiram Hornets in a region football game, at 8 p.m., at Doc Ayers Field.
The night’s showcase will also allow one CHS student to walk away with the title of Homecoming Queen. An announcement will be made during halftime ceremonies.
Six seniors are vying for the crown currently held by CHS alumnus Audra Hulsey, the 2000 Homecoming Queen.
—Valerie Robinson, daughter of Randy and LeAnn Robinson. Robinson is a member of the Key Club, DECA and enjoys drawing. She is also active in the Old Nazareth Church.
—Darby Harrison, daughter of Buddy and Deborah Harrison. Harrison is a member of the First Baptist Church and a member of the National Honor Society, FBLA and Key Club. Harrison is a varsity basketball and softball player and also enjoys spending time with friends.
—Candace Lee, daughter of Troy and Joy Lee. Lee is a member of First Baptist Church and the DECA Club. She plays high school soccer and basketball and also enjoys singing, drawing and church activities.
—Cadie Lee, daughter of Troy and Joy Lee. She is a member of DECA and is the co-captain of the football and competition cheerleading team. Lee also enjoys singing.
—Kati Edge, parents of Russ and Deborah Edge. Edge is a member of Kresge Methodist Church and is active in the FBLA and Spanish Club. She also plays volleyball and runs track for the high school. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, going to church, writing and eating.
—Leslie Duncan, daughter of Barbara and Lawrence Duncan. She is the captain of the football cheerleading squad and a member of St. Luke Baptist Church, where she is active in the youth choir and Sisters in Christ. She also enjoys singing, watching movies and hanging out with friends.
After the game, a Homecoming dance is planned. It should last until midnight. Students can buy tickets for $5.