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Homecoming Festival is Sept. 23




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FLORESVILLE -- The Floresville High School Student Council will host a Homecoming Festival from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 23, before the Homecoming football game in the high school courtyard by the cafeteria.

Entertainment will include a bounce castle, extra-large slide, sumo-suit wrestling, X-box games, face painting, a dunking booth, musical boards, duck pond, ducky bean-bag toss, spider ring toss, alligator ring toss, disk-drop game, cotton candy, popcorn, water, candy, and more. Most games and the bounce castle will cost 50 cents; prizes will be given for games.

Following the football game, a deejay will play music until midnight and high school students may enter for $3.

Everyone is invited to attend and help support many high school organizations.
 

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