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Cannon School plans homecoming Oct. 21-22

CONCORD ó More than 40 years of school pride will be on display at Cannon Schoolís first homecoming weekend celebration, to be held Oct. 21-22 on the schoolís Concord campus. Cannon School families and graduates of Cannon School and its predecessor school, Cabarrus Academy, are invited to join the celebration.
A pep rally and bonfire will kick off festivities on the evening of Friday, Oct. 21. Saturdayís events include an inaugural homecoming 5K race open to Cannon families, alumni and friends, a family carnival and parade, and the crowning of the homecoming court.
Cannon will honor its state championship-winning varsity softball team during a celebration preceding the varsity football teamís game against Carolina Pride.
A five-year reunion reception will be held for the 56 members of the class of 2006 at the Wine Room in Concord.
Families and alumni from Cannon School and Cabarrus Academy can learn more about homecoming festivities and RSVP at www.cannonschool.org/homecoming.

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