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Community celebrates at Moorhead High homecoming parade on Sept. 27

October 3, 2019

Moorhead High’s homecoming parade headed north on 20th Street on Sept. 27. Parade entries included the early childhood programs, Moorhead High homecoming court, Red River Area Learning Center, Moorhead High AVID program, Horizon orchestra and band, Moorhead High School marching band and athletic teams, and many others.

On Sept. 23 Jonah Hanson and Taylor Melton were named Moorhead High School’s homecoming king and queen at coronation. Other members of the homecoming court are Greta Almlie, Jordan Carlson, Jalen Ennen, Claire Fahrendorf, Lukas Feir, Grant Gervais, Luke Gramer, Wyatt Gunkel, Tukker Hammer, Megan Haugo, Hailey Hedlund, Kai Holm, Caden Howell, Claire Howell, Carter Johnson, Jenna Schroeder, Cassidy Wendt and Parker Wood.

The homecoming football game against Sartell included the rededication of the athletic field in honor of Cliff Halmrast, a Moorhead High graduate and former teacher, coach and School Board member. The Spuds won 21-14.

Find more homecoming parade photos on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/moorheadschools.

Photo: Brian Meyer, Horizon East health teacher and 2019 Moorhead Teacher of the Year, rides on a float with Moorhead cross country team members.

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