By Alexis Heugly
Cabon High School Homecoming Week will be next week, Oct. 7-11. This year, the school is hoping to make homecoming more than just an activity for the students, but also a community celebration.
The school will be hosting a community carnival, as well as fireworks on Wednesday, Oct. 9. Activities start at 6 p.m. Carbon High students from many organizations have come together and worked hard planning this activity for the community and are hoping to gain as much support as possible. Phill Raich, student body president at Carbon High, stated, “Homecoming is a celebration of the Dino’s returning to their stomping grounds.”
The youth of Carbon High have been impacted and raised by the community and hope to thank them for helping them become the young adults they are today with this event.
The homecoming game will be the following night, Thursday at 7 p.m. Zachary Barney, captain of the CHS football team said, “Having people at the games is a great morale booster for the team. The more positive support we get the better the playing is for us as football players.”
Showing support for local high school is a great way to better communities.