[The Brazil Times nameplate] Overcast ~ 57°F  
High: 64°F ~ Low: 57°F
Saturday, Apr. 30, 2016

Northview celebrating Homecoming festivities

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Candidates for the 2011 Northview High School Winter Homecoming King include (sitting, from left) Dalton Rohr, Zac Niehaus, Sean Hauser, (back) Jordan Van Horn, Jordan King and Joey Thomas. Jason Moon Photo. [Order this photo]
Northview High School began celebrating its Winter Homecoming this week.

The celebration will culminate Friday when the NHS varsity boys' and girls' basketball teams play host to the Sullivan Golden Arrows. The girls' game is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m.

Throughout the week, different dress-up days were scheduled.

Candidates for the 2011 Northview High School Winter Homecoming Queen include (sitting, from left) Elizabeth Emmert, Annie Smiley, Shelby Davis, (back) Macy Mayle, Hannah Hayes and Kaci Kehrt. Jason Moon Photo. [Order this photo]
For example, on Monday, students were encouraged to wear cowboy, farmer or "hick" clothing," and on Tuesday, students were to wear camouflage, jungle or animal prints.

Students designated Wednesday as "Decade/Retro" day and Thursday as "Super Hero" day. Friday was selected as "Black Out/School Colors" day.

This year, students vying for the crown of Winter Homecoming King include Dalton Rohr, Zac Niehaus, Jordan Van Horn, Jordan King, Sean Hauser and Joey Thomas. In addition, those vying for the Queen crown are Kaci Kehrt, Macy Mayle, Elizabeth Emmert, Shelby Davis, Annie Smiley and Hannah Hayes.

Attendants for the 2011 Northview High School Winter Homecoming include (top, from left) Aaron See, Kelsey Oehler, (fourth row) Zach Williams, Alexis Ruhe, (third row) Desi Burk, Bryce Britton, (second row) Cassie Weddle, Ashley Deakins, (front row) Audrey Clark and Ethan Williams. Not pictured: Ian Heffner and Connor Bowman. Jason Moon Photo. [Order this photo]
This year's king and queen will be crowned between the two varsity games at approximately 7:30 p.m.

Note: The nature of the Internet makes it impractical for our staff to review every comment. If you feel that a comment is offensive, please Login or Create an account first, and then you will be able to flag a comment as objectionable. Please also note that those who post comments on thebraziltimes.com may do so using a screen name, which may or may not reflect a website user's actual name. Readers should be careful not to assign comments to real people who may have names similar to screen names. Refrain from obscenity in your comments, and to keep discussions civil, don't say anything in a way your grandmother would be ashamed to read.

Good Luck to each of you!!!! Have fun with this and have a great Homecoming!

-- Posted by JaniLou on Thu, Jan 27, 2011, at 10:39 PM

Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration: