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“Superhero” Homecoming marches down Central


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Members of CMR’s marching band head up Central Avenue on Oct. 6 during the schools’ 53rd Homecoming celebration. The theme for 2017 was Superheroes, and the football team battled Billings Skyview at Memorial Stadium. The marching band is led by teacher Chris Kloker, who is in his first year at CMR.

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