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Perry Hall High Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend

Community members are invited to the parade, tailgating party and football game.

Perry Hall High Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend Perry Hall High Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend Perry Hall High Kicks Off Homecoming Weekend

Time to bring out your blue, gold and Gators gear.

After a week of Perry Hall High School spirit, the biggest Homecoming events kick off on Friday (a day off from classes).

Ajay Mahesh, Perry Hall High School Student Council vice president is encouraging community participation:

"Perry Hall High School represnts a large number of Perry Hall community members from the past, current, and future events. Community members should come out and support Perry Hall High School's homecoming festivities because our students appreciate our communitiy support—and the support has continued to be tremendous. Homecoming events are a perfect opportunity for the community to interact with our students. We have several outside organizations participating in our parade and tailgate including our local rec sports and dance teams, Giant Foods, Mission BBQ and Premier Driving School."

Friday, Oct. 19

No School

  • 5 p.m. Homecoming Parade: Classes, student organizations and sports teams will march and roll down Ebenezer Road, between Perry Hall Middle School and the high school. Watch for a brief road closure before and during the parade. It's a great time to set up a lawn chair, collect some candy tossed from floats and show your Perry Hall spirit.
  • 5:30-6:30 p.m. Community Tailgate Party: Enjoy food and drinks courtesy of Perry Hall High School and area businesses. All are invited to attend and share in the pre-game party outside the high school. 
  • 7 p.m. Gators Homecoming Football Game, Perry Hall Vs. Woodlawn: Watch the game at Perry Hall High's stadium. Don't forget to bring blankets and your cheering voices.

Saturday, Oct. 20

  • 8 p.m.-11 p.m. Homecoming Dance: Watch for girls getting their hair done and decked out high schoolers at area restaurants.

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