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Cabot Homecoming parade set for Oct. 4

Ed Galucki The Cabot High School Band leads the homecoming parade.Buy Photo
Ed Galucki The Cabot High School Band leads the homecoming parade.

The 2013 Cabot Homecoming parade will be Oct. 4.

Entry forms are available online at www.cabotschools.org.

Entry fees (before or on Sept. 23) are car or truck - $15; truck with trailer/float - $20; marching/walking group - $25; horse/wagon - $5 (horses must have a negative Coggins to be allowed in the parade area - vaccination for West Nile virus is highly recommended).

Fees after Sept. 23 (late entries must be hand-carried to the high school office): car/truck - $50; truck with trailer/float - $75; marching/walking group - $40.

Bicycles, all-terrain vehicles and 18-wheel vehicles are not allowed in the parade.

All drivers must have a valid driver’s license.

Candy may not be thrown or given out from any float or by anyone accompanying an entry. Anyone throwing candy will be removed from the parade by a school administrator or Cabot police officer.

There will not be a rain date. Entry fees will be refunded if the parade is canceled for weather; cancellation announcement will be posted on the high school marquee.

On Oct. 4, schools will dismiss at 1:45 p.m; the Homecoming procession begins at 3:15 p.m.

The parade route begins at the intersection of South Pine Street (Arkansas Highway 89) and Panther Trail; it ends at the intersection of South Pine and Pond streets.

For more information, contact Natasha Rowe at Cabot High School, 843-3562, or by e-mail to tasha.rowe@cps.k12.ar.us

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