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Northwestern Homecoming was an all-around success; Homecoming 2020 date set


November 1, 2019

Ranger Royalty flower girl Sutton Hansen (front left) and crown bearer Watson Burdick (front right) escorted Sam Gentry and Adriana Guel, who were crowned Ranger King and Queen during Northwestern's Homecoming halftime event. Freshman Queen Payton Scott (back left) was named in an earlier on-campus ceremony and joined the group for the halftime event.

Hundreds gathered around the downtown square on Saturday, Oct. 26, for Northwestern Oklahoma State University's annual Homecoming parade, then headed to Ranger Field to watch the massed bands perform, learn who the Ranger Royalty and homecoming button winners would be, and to watch a Ranger football game, all to celebrate Northwestern's homecoming.

The theme was "Paint the Town Red: Homecoming 2019." People came from all over to be in Alva for this event.

Leading the parade on Saturday was parade marshal Thelma Crouch, former student and retired staff member of Northwestern (1988-2000).


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