FHS Homecoming activities set Friday
FIVE SENIOR GIRLS from Fredericksburg High School, including (from left) Abi Rivera, Rachel Beckendorf, Cory Remschel, Camry Weinheimer and Libby Klein, are competing for the title of "2013 FHS Homecoming Queen." They will be introduced and the student body's choice will be crowned queen during a ceremony planned at halftime Friday night during the 7:30 p.m. Fredericksburg v. Llano varsity football game at FHS Stadium. — Photo courtesy Campus Comet
Queen to be crowned at halftime of FHS-Llano football game
By Matt Ward— Fredericksburg High School is following a holiday-inspired theme this week for its Homecoming 2013 activities.
Throughout the week, students have been asked to cast their votes for their favorite of five senior girl candidates, one of which will be crowned as the FHS Homecoming Queen during halftime ceremonies at Friday night’s varsity football game against Lampasas in the FHS Stadium. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.
The five hopefuls vying for the title of ‘queen’ are (alphabetically):
•Rachel Beckendorf, daughter of Ben and Juanita Beckendorf, who will be escorted during the crowning ceremonies on the field by Adolfo Enciso;
•Libby Klein, daughter of Gregory and Karen Klein, who will be escorted by Lane Williams;
•Cory Remschel, daughter of Robert and Valerie Remschel, who will be escorted by Matthew Bain;
•Abi Rivera, daughter of Javier Rivera and Nancy Carrion, who will be escorted by Cade Ottmers, and,
•Camry Weinheimer, daughter of Len Weinheimer and Wanda Franz, who will be escorted by Chase Junell.
Theme for this year’s homecoming festivities is “Celebrate Homecoming,” with each class representing a different annual holiday.
Seniors have chosen July 4th, juniors have chosen Christmas, sophomores have chosen Halloween and freshmen have chosen Mardi Gras.
Students are expected to dress up in their holiday’s traditional garb on Friday for the pep rally.
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