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Moffat County Homecoming week

Homecoming week was filled with sports, entertainment and dress-up days. Please take a moment to look through the exciting photos of Moffat County School District students enjoying themselves.

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Moffat County High School seniors Brittany Walker, Jazmine Swindler, Allie Ehlers and Kelly Knez sport ballgowns and tiaras as part of Prince/Princess Day Tuesday morning during MCHS's Homecoming Week. The remaining dress-up days of the week's Disney theme include Wednesday's Superhero/Supervillain Day, Thursday's Pixar Day and Friday's Blue and White Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Signs honoring the members of the Moffat County High School volleyball teams surround the lawn of MCHS during the 2012 Homecoming. This year's events start Tuesday, including dress-up days, royalty, the Friday parade, the varsity football game against Montezuma-Cortez and Saturday night's dance. File photo

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Taft Cleverly goes up high to spike the ball over the net Tuesday night at Moffat County High School. As part of homecoming week, teams of senior and junior boys squared off in Macho Volleyball. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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The Moffat County Booster Club hosted a fall sports team dinner Wednesday night at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion. The Booster Club has organized a host of events this homecoming week, including the return of fireworks to halftime of the homecoming football game. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Moffat County High School students strike a pose during the Homecoming week event Prince/Princess Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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From left, Moffat County High School students Jazmine Swindler, a senior, junior Delaney Baker and seniors Brenna Ciesco and Taylor Dean wear handmade costumes as part of Homecoming week's Superhero/Supervillain Day. Swindler sports the Superman insignia, while the rest are children's book hero Captain Underpants. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Craig Middle School secretary Beth Gilchrist, center, joins CMS seventh-graders Lacey Wiseman, left, and Caroline Riley to wish people peace as part of the school's Homecoming week Dress Like a Hippie or Redneck Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Craig Middle School teacher Alicia Townsend and her students wear 1960s-style regalia during the school's Homecoming week Dress Like a Hippie or Redneck Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Moffat County High School teacher Deb Markham, left, and MCHS junior Tonie Valentine proudly wear their regal get-ups during Homecoming week's Prince/Princess Day. Both students and faculty dressed up during the week's events. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Moffat County High School junior Jodi Hough, left, and sophomore Bailey Baker look to the skies dressed as Supergirl during Homecoming week's Superhero/Supervillain Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Moffat County High School sophomore Mary Liz Ramos, left, and freshman Michael Hough wear the costumes of Catwoman and Spider-Man as part of Homecoming week's Superhero/Supervillain Day. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Craig Middle School sixth-graders Raeanna Scott, left, and Mackenzie Smith dress as flower children for CMS Homecoming week activity Dress Like a Hippie or Redneck Day Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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The students of Craig Middle School flash a peace sign during the school's Homecoming week Dress Like a Hippie or Redneck Day Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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Sandrock Elementary students wear a variety of different costumes as part of Homecoming week's Superhero/Supervillain Day Wednesday. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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