Monday, September 14, 2015

DHS Homecoming Parade Returns To Main Street Wednesday

DHS Homecoming Parade of September 1988.
For years, it was a homecoming tradition in Dorchester.  Now the DHS homecoming parade is making a comeback.

In a last minute change of plans of DHS' homecoming ceremonies for Wednesday evening, each DHS class will be decorating floats for a parade.  The students of DHS and their floats will start lining up behind the school at 6:15 p.m.  At about 6:30 p.m., the floats will start from the school, go east down West 9th Street and then proceed south on main street (Washington Ave.).  

The final stop will be at the Dorchester City Park where they will eat dinner at approximately 6:45 p.m. with community members -- parents, supporters and anyone who wishes to join the fun.  Hamburgers, chips, and a dessert will be served.  Booster Club parents are asking for a free will offering when you go through the line to eat.   

Captains and coaches of the football and volleyball teams will speak following dinner, and then it will be time to burn the "D".

The DHS Booster Club invites all Longhorn faithful to come out and enjoy the homecoming festivities. 

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