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W-DC Homecoming is September 26-30

See who the senior candidates are.

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Wadena-Deer Creek homecoming candidates include Madison Carsten, back, left, Ellie Hale, Ella Stroeing, Haylee Dickey, second row, left, Madelyn Gallant, Hailey Kircher, Charlie Bushinger, third row, left, Brandon Wheeler, Koby Endres, front, left, Evan Lunde, Nikolas Briggs.
Contributed by Beth Hawkins, WDC Schools
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WADENA — The 2022 WDC Homecoming queen and king candidates were announced Wednesday, Sept. 14.
They include:
Queen Candidates: Ella Stroeing, Ellie Hale, Hailey Kircher, Haylee Dickey, Madison Carsten and Madelyn Gallant.
King candidates: Koby Endres, Evan Lunde, Brandon Wheeler, Charlie Bushinger and Nick Briggs.

You'll notice there are six queen and five king candidates due to numerous tie votes, according to WDC Schools.

Homecoming will be held September 26-30. Students in grades 9-12 will vote for queen and king on Thursday, Sept. 29, and the coronation will be held at 10:15 a.m., Friday, Sept. 30. The parade is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30. That night the football team takes on Warroad at 7 p.m.
Look for a full listing on all things WDC homecoming to be in next week's issue.

Remember when?
Check out our coverage of previous homecomings.

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