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GALLERY: Students wash town in orange and black

  • Charles City High School senior Sydney Loeckle adds a handprint to the boulder behind Charles City High School, near the entry to Comet Drive. Press photos by Kate Hayden

  • Seniors paint the boulder behind Charles City High School.

  • Senior Noah Schlader touches up handprints painted on the senior class boulder.

  • Senior Lars McFarland traces the outline of football players on a Main Street window mural.

  • Senior Hannah Baljeu paints an Independence High School horse in a homecoming mural on Main Street with her classmates.

  • Sophomores Haley Larson, Disirae Davis and Jamie Olerich pose in front of a homecoming mural on Main Street they painted with classmates.

  • Students left their mark on businesses across Main Street as part of Spirit Day activities on Tuesday.

  • Freshmen work on a Main Street window mural during Tuesday's Spirit Day activities.

  • Freshman Saul Gonzalez touches up a Main Street window mural with his classmates.

  • CCHS dance coach Keisha Cunnings works with 25 high school students on choreography for the homecoming rally.

  • Sophomores Madison Lincoln and Priscilla Arenas paint the road outside Comet Field.

  • Freshman Toni Maloy paints the top of a door sign with the name of deceased classmate Logan Luft and the slogan "Donate Life." Luft became an organ donor after a fatal accident in early July.

  • Senior Devon Koenigsfeld shows off his side of the door sign while classmates Hana Laue and Matthew Thompson get working on the other side.

  • Junior Kelsey Vsetecka paints a class "Burma-Shave"-type sign.

  • Seniors Dylan Parsons and Justin Knutson paint class "Burma-Shave"-type signs on Tuesday.

  • Charles City students paint sports banners in the high school as part of Tuesday's homecoming activities.

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