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WCHS Homecoming 2017
Students celebrate and donate
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Bring in the royalty. Grant Hitchcock is WCHS Homecoming King and Allison Cripps is Homecoming Queen. They were crowned during halftime of Friday night's football game. Grant is the son of David and Jacqueline Hitchcock. Allison is the daughter of Jason and Renee Cripps.
Call it a can-do attitude.Warren County High School juniors included over 2,000 cans of soup in what might best be described as their tasteful parade float."Instead of a float that we burned or gave away at the end of homecoming, we wanted something where we could give back to the community," said float sponsor Kennette Dixon, indicating the soup will be donated to the food bank.The gesture comes as there has been some talk about the expense of the often-ornate homecoming parade floats, which commonly have moving parts, shoot flames or have water features.The WCHS seniors did a good deed of their own in raising money for the family of Baylor Bramble, the Siegel football player who was severely injured during a game two years ago at Nunley Stadium. The seniors collected money through donations and community events and presented a $3,080 check to members of the Bramble family during halftime of Friday night's game.