The Churchill County High School Student Council along with city and community leaders dyed Fallon’s downtown fountain green Monday morning to kick off homecoming week.
Photo by Steve Ranson.
The Churchill County High School Student Council along with city and community leaders dyed the Maine Street fountain green Monday morning to kick off homecoming week.
The student council members arrived at the fountain on the city’s old fire truck with the siren blaring. Other Monday homecoming activities based on “Disney Classics” included the downtown parade and the Powder Puff football game between the junior and senior girls at the Edward Arciniega Athletic Complex. The bonfire culminated the first-day events.
Tuesday featured Alice Through the Looking Glass dress-up day. It was also Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum Twin Day … or triplets and quads.
Today is Mad Hatter dress-up day with students planning to wear mismatched clothing and crazy hats. Movie night is tonight at the Fallon Theatre and is open to the first 250 students. The movies are “Cinderella” or “Nightmare Before Christmas.”
From a crazy day to the tropics, Thursday is Moana and Stitch Dress up: Hawaiian and Polynesian.
Friday is Tron dress up with extreme neon colors and green and white. The football game begins at 7 p.m. with the king and queen being crowned at halftime.
Saturday concludes homecoming week with a dance. The call is for Cinderella dress up: semi-formal with no shorts, cutoffs or athletic wear.
Members of the Churchill County High School Student Council arrived at the fountain on the city’s old-time fire engine. In the firetruck from left are Graycee Tibbals, RayAnn Rasmussen, Brody Allyn, Michaella Pursley, Dallin West, Lydia Bergman, Zoey Lingenfelter and Kyla Trotter. Standing from left are Kadynce Kratka, William Few, Maggie McPherson, Fallon City Councilwoman Kelly Frost and CCHS. Student Council adviser Terri Pearson.
The city’s classic fire truck beings the Churchill County High School Student Council to the city’s Mine Street fountain.