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Lucky 13: LHS Homecoming 2013

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Logo the SGA will use for the Pink-Out football game t-shirts.  
Photo courtesy of Linganore SGA

Logo the SGA will use for the Pink-Out football game t-shirts. Photo courtesy of Linganore SGA

Logo the SGA will use for the Pink-Out football game t-shirts. Photo courtesy of Linganore SGA

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This year’s Homecoming theme is Lucky 13. The festivities began Saturday, Oct. 5th with the annual parade in New Market.

 

View the 2013 Homecoming court

 

See photos from the parade

 

 See the “Paint the Hill” competition designs from Sunday

 

See PJ day photos and results

 

Throughout the week classes will be competing to be the most spirited class at LHS.

Points will be awarded throughout the week for participation in various events and activities. The class that accumulates the most points will be dubbed the most spirited class at LHS. They will also earn $400 to the class treasury along with the coveted ‘spirit stick’ at the pep rally.

One of the best ways to earn points is to participate in the spirit days. A point will be earned for every member of each class that participates each day.

  • Monday- Pajama day
  • Tuesday- Jersey/team day
  • Wednesday- Wacky tacky day
  • Thursday-Class color day
  • Friday- Red, black, and bow day (Earn a point for red and black; earn a point for each bow worn)

On Friday morning the SGA will sponsor a pep rally during first period to recognize all Fall teams.

Friday night: Varsity football game night.

This year’s game will be a pink out to recognize breast cancer month in the community. All attending are asked to wear pink to show support of those fighting breast cancer and survivors.

The LHS Student Government Association will be selling PINK OUT t-shirts and wrist bands for the event. Pink wristbands cost $2 and read “Lancers Against Cancer- PINK OUT 2013”. The t-shirts are short sleeve pink shirts with a color imprint (see photo.) The shirts come in sizes S-3XL and are available for $13. There are limited numbers of shirts and are available for preorder at the school from SGA advisor Mr. Brown. They will be distributed at school on Thursday, October 10, at lunch and at the game. Any extras will be available at the SGA tent prior to the homecoming game Friday night. All proceeds from the SGA sales will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

At friday night’s game the Homecoming court will be recognized. The Homecoming king and queen will be announced at halftime. There will be a fireworks display at the end of the game.

The Homecoming dance (8:00pm-11:00pm Saturday evening) will conclude the festivities.

 

Questions about Homecoming activities may be directed to Mr. Brown at [email protected]
 
 
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About the Writer
Noah Ismael, Editor-In-Chief

Noah, our editor-in-chief, is one of our  brains behind The Lance. A reporter since his freshman year, he is very involved as a part of Linganore’s Lancer Media club that meets on Wednesdays in addition to the class. He has written several stories for the journalism program, and he won The Frederick News Post‘s first place “Mike Powell Excellence in Journalism Award” for a column on a state or national subject. (View the article here.)

He is very happy to be a part of a friendly and supportive journalism program.

I am happy knowing that I am a vital resource to The Lance. Being able to help make this journalism program great is awesome. Everybody who works in Lancer Media is unique, creative, and smart. This is a great staff, and I enjoy being a part of it.

As a part of his journalism endeavors, he has started “Student Media Now,” a long-term program intended to eventually unite secondary school journalism programs across the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. metro area. This program is starting up in Frederick County Schools, MD and will act as a hub site for the best stories schools produce.

Other organizations Noah is involved in include band (he’s drum major for marching band and he also plays trumpet) and the Student Government Association (he is the Class of 2016’s vice president.)

He is considering a career in journalism after he graduates high school as a member of the Class of 2016.

 

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