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Irrigon High School students and staff take part in the noise parade from the grade school to
the high school field on Thursday night.
Irrigon noise parade is part of spirit week
Enthusiastic students enjoy the parade
Posted Saturday November 1, 2008
IRRIGON - Irrigon celebrated spirit week during the last week of October. Among the
activities was a noise parade on Thursday night just before the soccer match between
Umatilla and Irrigon.
Earlier in the day a new suit of armor was unvailed at an assembly for the Irrigon Knights.
The noise parade started about six p.m. at the elementary school in Irrigon and made its
way to the high school field with sheriffs cars and an ambulance taking part in the procession.
LEFT - The Irrigon noise parade makes its way towards the high school field.
RIGHT - A number of adults including school staff and parents took part in the parade.
LEFT - A variety of noise makers were used by participants in the parade.
RIGHT - Pots, pans and cowbells were among the noise makers used by people in the parade.
LEFT and RIGHT - Cheerleaders and football players took part in the parade.
LEFT - A student playfully moves to pull a whistle out of friends lips.
RIGHT - At least one participant had her camera with her.
LEFT - Three friends including a football player and a cheerleader march in the parade.
RIGHT - A participant in the parade holds her whistle while she yells out a cheer during the
parade on Thursday.
LEFT - Jennifer Matlack was one of the adults in the parade. She walked with her daughters
Steele and Cheyanne.
RIGHT - A student approaches the sports field.
Ninth grader Travis Martin was excited to take part in the parade.
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