DAYTON – During last week’s West Side’s Homecoming there were several activities for students, such as class-service projects, powder puff, faculty volleyball, class skits, the football game and Homecoming dance.
On Tuesday afternoon each class participated in a specific service project. The seniors whitewashed the WS and the juniors spray-painted the football field. The freshmen and sophomores picked up trash along the highway and painted the Pirate in front of the school.
Wednesday was filled with activities after school. The executive council hosted an annual Homecoming dinner that serves as a fundraiser for the school. Stokes MarketPlace and the Wes Beutler family donated food. The powder puff football game was played. The senior and sophomore team, led by quarterback Whitnee Smart, easily defeated the junior and freshmen team. Afterwards, students and faculty went to the gym to participate in a faculty volleyball game. The classes each performed a skit.
The West Side Homecoming royalty was announced. Queen was Millie Geddes, first attendant was Karissa Fredrickson, second attendant was Whitney Cox and third attendant, Andrea Thornley.
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