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A king, a queen, and a pie in the face — all part of homecoming

  • Lisabeth Fiser was named Homecoming Queen and Bradley Andrews was named Homecoming King at the end of the Charles City High School pep rally held Friday afternoon at Comet Gym. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Kindergarten students at Washington Elementary School were fortunate enough to get to don the school colors Friday for Orange and Black Day, thanks in large part to shirts provided by the elementary PTO, which reportedly arrived at the last minute. (Photo submitted.)

  • High school students led elementary students in field day as a part of the homecoming festivities on Friday. (Photo submitted.)

  • Students celebrate the Orange and Black at the pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Students celebrate the Orange and Black at the pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • The band plays the fight song at the pep rally on Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Students celebrate the Orange and Black at the pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Students celebrate the Orange and Black at the pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Students had to balance cookies on their faces during one of the activities at the pep rally on Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Lisabeth Fiser smiles as she is crowned 2019 Homecoming Queen Friday at the pep rally at Comet Gym. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Students celebrate the Orange and Black at the pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

  • Charles City Superintendent Mike Fisher was one of eight educators who were rewarded for their hard work with a pie in the face at the homecoming pep rally Friday. (Press photo James Grob.)

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