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									                                Marian Central Catholic High School
                                       1001 McHenry Avenue
                                       Woodstock, IL 60098
                                           815-338-4220
                                         815-338-4253 fax


                         Nurturing Faith ~ Imparting Knowledge ~ Inspiring Achievement



                                 PRESS RELEASE

          Marian Central Catholic Plans its Homecoming Events

(September 16, 2009) – Marian Central Catholic High School begins a week of
Homecoming Festivities on Monday, September 21, 2009. Mr. Craig Stantesly, Student
Council Advisor, and Rachel Smith (Village of Lakewood), Student Council Executive
President, have announced that “Spirit Week” is filled with activities for current students,
their parents, and alumni. The Homecoming theme this year is titled “Saturday Night
Fever.” The daily events include:

Monday, September 21          It’s “70’s Day” and students and staff are invited to dress
                              like someone from the 70’s.

Tuesday, September 22         “Super Heroes/Villians Day” is the theme for this day; All
                              classes and staff are free to dress up as either a Super Hero
                              or villain.

Wednesday, September 23 “Jocks and Nerds” is the theme for this day; freshmen and
                        sophomores wear sports jerseys, uniforms, and other
                        athletic attire while juniors and seniors dress a classic
                        example of an extremely studious and intelligent
                        individual.

Thursday, September 24        Today’s theme is “Disney Day.”         Dress like a Disney
                              character or creature.

                              The “Powder Puff” football game between the junior and
                              senior girls begins at 6:30 pm at the football field.
                              Admission is $2 or a canned food item. The junior and
                              senior girls will be playing one another, and parents are
                              encouraged to come out and enjoy the fun.
Friday, September 25        Today is a “Spirit Dress Down Day.” Students will display
                            as much Hurricane spirit as possible with athletes in their
                            jerseys and uniforms and other students wearing the Marian
                            Spirit shirt, solid red or blue shirts/Marian uniform shirts,
                            nice jeans, socks, and tennis shoes.

    The day will begin with an All School Mass at 8:55 am followed by the introduction
    of Ron Bykowski, the 2009 Distinguished Alumni recipient. At 2:09 pm, students
    will attend a pep rally, and then it is off to the Woodstock Square for our
    Homecoming Parade (beginning at 3:30 pm). Marian’s Homecoming Football
    games against Immaculate Conception will be at 5:00 pm (sophomore game) and
    7:00 pm (varsity game). Our Homecoming Queen will be crowned between the
    games.

    Additionally, the 2009 Sports Hall of Fame winners will be inducted during
    halftime of the varsity game. This year’s inductees are Patti Thelen ’79, Coach
    Darren Fortin ’84, Anne Bolger Bulger ’90, Leigh Hadick ’95 and Josh Nobilio ’99.
    The 1998 Girls Cross-Country State Champions and the 1991 Girls Track & Field
    State Qualifiers will also be inducted. Larry Herff and The Fathers Club are being
    honored in the Friends of Marian category


Saturday, September 26      The Marian Homecoming Dance and the announcing of the
                            Homecoming King are from 7:30-10:30 pm. Doors lock at
                            8:30 pm, so please arrive on time.

Sunday, September 27        We will be concluding our 50th Anniversary Celebration at
                            Marian Central Catholic High School with a Mass and
                            reception on Sunday, September 27. The Most Reverend
                            Thomas G. Doran, D.D., J.C.D. Bishop of Rockford, will
                            celebrate Mass at 2:00 pm in the Auditorium to be followed
                            by a reception and open house. A major announcement
                            regarding the proposed addition can be expected on
                            Sunday.

								
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