Student Leadership says, "Thank You"
- Published: Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Homecoming at Eureka High School was a monumental success. Hundreds of students took part in rallies and the Bonfire, new members were welcomed into the Hall of Fame, the parade stretched more than half a mile, EHS selected Jim Smith for the Ray Mechals’ Award, we crowned a new Homecoming Queen, and, of course, EHS was triumphant on the courts and playing fields. Homecoming serves as a catalyst for EHS and Eureka as a whole to celebrate what makes EHS a uniquely powerful school.
Student Leadership acknowledges that Homecoming would not have happened without the support of the EHS staff and our community partners. Thank you Ron Perry, Taylor’s Landscaping, Pierson’s, Kinko’s Arcata, Pete Meyer, Rollin Trehearne, Varsity Ice Cream, Michael’s Crafts, Glidden Paint, Harper Motors, Quality Body Works, Sears, Hensell Materials, John Kime, EHS Auto, EHS Woodshop, EHS Ag Department, EHS Custodians, PTSA, Boosters, all Eureka High staff, City of Eureka, Eureka Fire Department, Eureka Police Department, 101 Things, the Hall of Fame Committee, Henderson Center Merchants, Eureka Florist, Pacific Paper, Ardie Brownlow, Dance Chaperones, Humboldt County Sheriffs, Chapala’s, Vellutini Baking Co, Gallagher’s, Brendon McKenny, Old Town Coffee and Chocolates, Robert Veatch, Mark Taylor, Hannah Ford, and all community members who came out in support of Eureka High School. This years 2010 Homecoming was remarkable thanks to the people and businesses who contributed their time, energy, and services to show their support. The outpouring support confirms our belief in the strength of our community.
Eureka High School ASB President