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LENORAH â€” Big Spring isn't the only area school celebrating its black and gold pride this week.
Grady High School has several activities planned in conjunction with 2012 Homecoming this week.
Festivities will be highlighted by the crowning of the homecoming queen during halftime of the Wildcats' game with Midland Trinity, which begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Tunnell Field, located adjacent to the school.
The four seniors nominated for homecoming queen this year are: Savannah Sawyer, daughter of Tony and Wendy Sawyer of Lenorah; Sara Marshall, daughter of Henry and Lisa Marshall of Tarzan; Charley Ann Wells, daughter of Chad and Maidee Wells of Lenorah; and Ellyn Avery, daughter of Jimmy and Valerie Avery of Lenorah.
Preceding the game, the school will host its annual homecoming pep rally at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the gymnasium.
In addition, the freshman class will hold a brisket meal beginning at 5 p.m. and continuing after the game in the school cafeteria. Prices are $7 and $9 for plates.