Bowie High School readies homecoming events this week

The Bowie High cheerleaders at the Burkburnett game. (Photo by Barbara Green)

Bowie High School celebrates homecoming on Sept. 23 and events throughout the week.
The homecoming bonfire will be from 8-10 p.m. on Sept. 21 at the point at Selma Park. Cost is $1 per person for this family-friendly event.
All proceeds will benefit the 2023 Project Graduation. There will be food, drinks and music available. The varsity football team and cheerleaders will be introduced during the bonfire event.
The homecoming parade will be at 6:15 p.m. on Sept. 21. Hosted by the Bowie Athletic Booster Club entry forms are available on the club’s Facebook page.
Entries will line up at 5:45 p.m. with the entry form in hand on Pecan Street after the First Baptist Church parking lot to receive a parade number. High school athlete floats only in the First Baptist Church parking lot with any overflow at the junior high parking lot.
Those with questions may call Angela Short at 940-841-1315 or any booster club member.
The high school pep rally on Friday will begin about 10:25 a.m.; however, groups also will be going to the elementary, intermediate, Smarty Pants starting at 8 a.m. and then to the nursing home after the high school rally.

Read the full story in the mid-week Bowie News.

Candidates are: (Back) Seniors, Kynan DeMoss, Peyton Clark, Brody Armstrong, Neely Price, Jose Mares, Natalie Burkhardt, A.J. Whatley and Raquel Cole; (Front) freshmen, Cody West and Jaycee McCandless: sophomores, Russell Anderson and Lia Meier and juniors, Andrew Sandhoff and Ziba Robbins. Crowning will be during half-time. (Photo by Barbara Green)