GREENSBURG — Given it is the 50th year of North Decatur High School, this year’s Homecoming celebration has become a week of memorable events. The week will reach a plateau with the varsity football game vs. Anderson Prep Academy on Friday night. Kick off for the game is 7 p.m.

On Thursday, Sept. 29, the first annual VB Alumni Night will take place during the Varsity/JV VB match vs. Waldron. The match starts at 6 p.m.

All alumni are asked to check in at the registration table before 6 p.m. All VB alumni who are present, will be recognized on the floor, between the JV and Varsity matches.

Friday night’s football game will start with a recognition of football alumni. This event was postponed from Sept. 9 because of the weather.

All football alums are asked to sign in prior to 6:30 p.m. and then gather behind the west goal posts for introductions starting at approximately 6:40 p.m.

There will also be a pulled pork dinner for anyone to attend prior to and during the game on Homecoming night.

Serving begins at 5:30 p.m. and the cost is $5. This dinner will take place at the southeast corner of the football field (weather permitting).

If weather should have an impact on this event, the dinner will be served in the cafeteria.

At halftime of the game, the crowning of the 2016 Homecoming Queen and King will be held.

The gentlemen in the running for Homecoming King are Matthew Kachur, Joseph Seiter, Dillon Merritt, Eric Trenkamp and Cory Fasbinder.

The ladies in the running for Homecoming Queen are Macy Barnes, Emma Spreckelson, Addy Osting, Olivia Siefert and Lindsey Rousseau.

The gentlemen in the running for Homecoming Prince are Andrew Holloway, Elijah Hoeing, Tanner Knecht and Craig Adams.

The ladies in the running for Homecoming Princess are Olivia Bohman, Emma Luttel, Ayva Wiseman and Taylor Smith.

In addition, there will be a brunch on Saturday, Oct. 1 in the North Decatur cafeteria, starting at 11 a.m. Special guests will include members of all sectional championship teams.

With this being the 50th year, many past Homecoming Queens will also be recognized.

— Daily News