Tyler Clary, 2, gets her face painted by Brianna Moralez aboard a nautically themed float before the Homecoming parade Friday afternoon. The theme for this year’s Homecoming was “Under the Sea.”
Jesse Sheridan, foreground, and Justin Stephenson, both of Maybell, turned out to watch the Homecoming parade Friday wearing white and blue Bulldog colors.
Sam Short, of Craig, watches the Homecoming parade Friday with his children, from left, Ruby, 5; Hayden, 9; and Bella, 4.
Kelsie Dimick, seated, watches the Homecoming parade Friday afternoon from a curbsite seat while Justin Benedict stands nearby.
Terri Reno, of Craig, gets some candy while her grandson, Alex, 6, stands nearby during the Homecoming parade Friday.
Moffat County High School seniors Amie Chadwick, 18, left, and Becca Pugh, 17, pose for a photo Tuesday at the high school. Tuesday was camouflage day, one of several dress-up days scheduled throughout Homecoming week.
Moffat County High School senior Jordan Field, 17, poses for a photo outside the high school Tuesday. She was among many MCHS students who dressed up for camouflage day, one of several dress up days scheduled throughout Homecoming week.
Kasen Brennise, 11, a Craig Middle School sixth-grader, sported Western attire Thursday, which was cowboy/redneck day, one of several dress-up days scheduled for Homecoming week.
East Elementary School fourth-graders Phoenix Harris, in the blue jersey, and Allison Villard, right, listen to a fire prevention presentation from Craig Fire/Rescue firefighters Friday at the school. They and other East Elementary school students were dressed up for Bulldog pride day, the last dress-up day scheduled during Homecoming week.