Homecoming Parade and Coronation will be Sunday, Sept. 13

Humboldt High School announced the 2020 Homecoming Court Thursday, Sept. 3. The Queen candidates front row left to right are: Deni McDaniel, Emily Zaugg, Bae Arnold, Kylie Moser, Sydney Savery and Kendal Clark. King candidates back row from left to right are: Quinton Orr, Max Mason, Colten Goodell, Gabe Gidel, Zayne Smith and Samuel Fischer. Humboldt will host Webster City for Homecoming on Friday, Sept. 18. Coronation will take place on Sunday, Sept. 13, at Bicknell Park following the Homecoming Parade at 6:30 p.m. Humboldt Independent photo by Kent Thompson.

Humboldt Community School District will celebrating Homecoming slightly differently this year, with an early Sunday evening Homecoming Parade and Homecoming Court Coronation to follow.
The activity will be this Sunday, Sept. 13, with the parade lineup starting at 6 p.m. on 2nd Avenue North west of Taft Elementary School and the Congregational Church. The parade will begin at 6:30 p.m. traveling east on 2nd Avenue North to 4th Street North. The parade will travel two blocks south on 4th Street and then west on Sumner Avenue to 9th Street North where the parade will end at Bicknell Park where the coronation ceremony will begin at 7:30 p.m. “We encourage everyone to practice social distancing while watching the parade and coronation and welcome the community to enjoy the festivities. We are glad we are able to celebrate Homecoming in some semblance this year,” Humboldt Activities Director Greg Thomas reported. Instead of the traditional Homecoming Dance, this year there will be a movie night for Humboldt students only. Humboldt’s Homecoming game will be Friday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. vs. the Webster City Lynx.
See more details in this week's Humboldt Independent as well as extensive coverage of all Wildcat sports.

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