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Big homecoming game, meal this weekend in Milano

MILANO NEWS
By KAY LAGRONE
Reporter correspondent

I t ’s home c om i ng we ek at Milano High School. The MHS homecoming parade and pep rally will be held Friday. The parade will start at 1:30 p.m. and go around the school grounds with the pep rally to follow around 2:20 p.m. at the football field.

At halftime of the Milano- Snook football game on Friday night, the 2011 MHS homecoming queen will be crowned. Queen nominees are seniors Desiree Adrian, Brittany Barnett, Elizabeth Keller and Arianna Douglas. Class duchesses are junior Raighley Shaw, sophomore Victoria Garcia and freshman Halle McManess.

Homecoming prince and king winners will be announced at Friday’s pep rally. Prince candidates are freshmen Efrain Flores, Travis Gage and Makennan Hairston; sophomores Alex Ferrara, Dav id Jentsch, Jordan Millar and Chance Pack; and juniors Dominique Messer, Phillip Rasco and Toby Sanders. King nominees are seniors Trevor Gage, John Jentsch and Chris Juhl.

The Milano Exes reunion will be held Saturday, Oct. 29 at the MHS cafetorium. Doors will open at 10 a.m. with a fajita meal from The Crossing being served at noon.

Donations are still needed for t he si lent a nd l ive auc - tions and can be brought that day. For more information on the event, call Caroly n Hafley at 512-455- 2473 or email carolynhaf ley@live.com. Proc eeds from the auctions go toward the alumni scholarships given to graduating seniors each May. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Milano Evening Lions Club is holding its annual fall fund-raiser with chances to win Walmart gift certificates in the amount of $350, $150 and $50. Tickets are $2 each or three for $5 and can be purchased from any Lions Club member or at any Milano home football game. Winners will be drawn Friday, Oct. 28 at the Milano- Snook football game.

The annual “trunk- or-treat” will be held 5-7 p.m. Monday, Oc t. 31 at t he Mi la no Hig h School parking lot.

The Milano Elementary PATCH Club is collecting “Box Tops for Education” as part of their fund-raising activities this year. You can find them on several food items. Just cut them out and send them to school with your child. It’s free money for our school. The group will also be selling spirit items (bells, megaphones, pom-poms) at all remaining Eagle home football games.

Milano yearbooks are on sale for $40 until Nov. 1. Advertising in the 2012 Milano yearbook is also open. Ads start at $40. Contact Celina Ramos for this as well.


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