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Alumni invited to Susquehannock Homecoming

Alyssa Jackson
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  • Alumni are invited to participate in the high school's homecoming activities.
  • There will be a reception, a chance to win prizes and spirit awards.

Southern York County School District is inviting Susquehannock High School alumni, staff, students and community members to attend homecoming activities Oct. 14.

Jeanne Best, a resident of and volunteer with the Southern York County School District, received the Susquehannock Alumni Association’s sixth annual Alumni Spirit Award. Among her accomplishments, Best served as cheerleading coach at the high school for a combined 29 seasons and was active in the All-Sports Booster Club for 14 years. Pictured at the presentation, held during the school's annual homecoming game, are, from left, Rob Lloyd, Susan Barnhart, Best, Cari Heyne, Anne Bozievich, Sarah Brown and Todd Stiffler.

An alumni reception will run from 6 p.m. until halftime during the football game against Eastern York High School. The reception will be at the Dale R. Keagy Plaza, located at the Susquehannock Alumni Field House. According to a news release from the school, alumni can visit the alumni association registration booth to receive a bag of free gifts, such as a collectible homecoming button.

At the field, festivities will begin at 6:25 p.m. while those in attendance wait for the game to start at 7 p.m. Game tickets are $4 for adults, $2 for students and $1 for senior citizens.

Alumni will have the chance to win the annual Alumni Spirit Award, which will be presented at halftime. Last year, Jeanne Best, a school district resident and volunteer, won the award, according to a news release. Alumni are encouraged by the district to wear their varsity jackets.