CCA Homecoming honors classes of 2000, 1990, 1985, 1980

Published 4:07 pm Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Festivities for CCA’s Homecoming 2009 will begin Thursday night, October 8th, with the cheerleaders leading the pep rally.

The bonfire and pep rally will begin at 7:00 with several squads performing. The celebration will continue Friday, October 9th, as the door and tissue paper signs will be judged and the homecoming queen and her court will be presented at the one o’clock assembly. Also, to be recognized and honored during the assembly will be the returning classes of ‘80, ‘85, ‘90, ‘00, the class of 2010 and the 2009 Varsity Football team. The returning classes will be recognized during the assembly with a representative from each class speaking.

The homecoming pep rally will be after the presentation of the returning classes. An Alumni Tea, hosted by the seniors of 2010, will be in the high school library, following the pep rally for all returning alumni, family, friends and supporters of CCA.

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This year’s Homecoming Queen is senior Candice Dunn, daughter of Mike and Shelly Dunn of Highland Home. The Scepter Bearer this year is first grader Gracie Johnson, daughter of Hunter and Amanda Johnson of Brantley. The Crown Bearer is first grader Jack Kennedy, son of Kevin and Tracy Kennedy of Brantley. The senior attendants are Caitlin Mount and Becca Sexton. Caitlin is the daughter of Danny and Cricket Mount of Rutledge and Becca is the daughter of Ronnie and Lee Sexton of Honoraville. The junior attendant is Susannah Sport. She is the daughter of Tom and Beverly Sport of Luverne, and Susan (Alum. 84) and Charles Tompkins of Brantley. The sophomore attendant is Paige Boswell, who is the daughter of Brent (Alum. 89) and Michelle Boswell of Luverne. The freshman attendant is Shelby Williams. Shelby is the daughter of Ken (Alum. 77) and Jenifer Williams of Goshen. This year’s Miss Football is junior Camden Stephens. Camden is the daughter of Calvin and Michelle Stephens of Rutledge. Little Mister Football is kindergartener Tyler Moseley, son of Chuck and Anissa Moseley of Brantley.

Prior to the game, the Alumni Choir will sing the National Anthem just before the 7:00 kick-off between the CCA Cougars and the Dixie Rebels. It will be directed by former choral instructor, Mrs. Lilellen Wise.

The presentation of the Homecoming Queen and her court will be held at halftime, and following the game, alumni and friends are welcome to meet at the Crenshaw County Recreational Club.