The Homecoming king and queen candidates have been announced.
Get ready for colorful floats, lively music, smiling king and queen candidates and lots of cheering for the Smyrna Eagles.
The Smyrna High School Homecoming parade and football game are scheduled for Friday, Oct. 19. The event is also part of Smyrna's 250th anniversary celebration.
The parade will start at 5 p.m., from John Bassett Moore Intermediate School on Frazier Street, turning north on Main Street, crossing Glenwood Avenue and ending at North Smyrna Elementary. The parade will feature bands, school groups, sports teams, cheerleaders, class floats and the Homecoming king and queen candidates.
At 7 p.m., the Smyrna High School football team will take on Dover at Charles V. Williams Stadium, 500 Duck Creek Parkway.
During halftime, the winner of the class float competition will be announced along with the Homecoming king and queen.
Homecoming queen candidates are Ana Uribe, Shaneese LaMons, Sara Miller, Aniyah Lee-Burton, Bari Phillips and Taylor Harris.
Homecoming king candidates are Tommy McGinnis, Emon Roberts, Ron Jackson, Anthony Buscemi, Jason Kaiser and Ty Andrews.