North Zulch Celebrates 100 Years, Homecoming

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

It was a century-sized celebration in North Zulch Saturday as the community's annual homecoming paid tribute to the town's 100th anniversary.

During the homecoming parade, Santa Claus greeted residents from atop a fire truck. The North Zulch Bulldog cheerleaders rode their float clad in period costumes.

The Homecoming King and Queen are Kyle Pohorelsky and Lori Cannon. Trainer Malinack and Reagan Gilbert were crowned Little Mr. and Ms. North Zulch.

The day also featured arts and crafts, a FFA auction and homecoming basketball games.

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