On Friday, Sept. 27, Douglas High School was celebrating its Homecoming.  The long Friday started off at 7:35 a.m. for the band (when I say band, that is to include instrument carriers, auxiliary, runners and every member) at the band room to get their instruments and music ready to make the long trek across campus and the crosswalk-bridge to the football field.

It was an 8 a.m. call-time on the football field for Homecoming court practice. The morning was pretty warm but nice nonetheless. After the band and the Homecoming court participants (including teachers and staff) were all wrapped up, it was time to trek it back across the field, crosswalk-bridge, and campus back to the band room to reorganize for the next activity. 

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