Western Wyoming Community College will be hosting Spirit Week and Homecoming from January 29th through February 3rd, 2018.
School spirit is in the air as Western invites high school juniors and seniors, alumni, current students, and the community to join them in celebrating pride for their institution and the chance to win $1500 in prizes.
Western’s students kick off the new semester with fun activities on campus during Spirit Week. However, several events are free and open to the public, like, chain saw juggling performer “Mad Chad”, a pep rally complete with bonfire, women’s and men’s basketball games, and lastly a dance.
“Mad Chad Taylor” is a Guinness World Record holder in chainsaw juggling, who will perform his crazy comedy show on Thursday, February 1st, at 7:00PM in the Theater on campus. Attendees can expect a thrilling show of unique skills and lots of laughs.
The pep rally and bon fire will be held Friday, February 2nd, at 6:00PM in the back parking lot. The T-Rex Grill’s will host a S’more Bar and the Starbucks will be open so attendees can grab a warm beverage during the rally.
The Homecoming games will be on Saturday, February 3rd. The women’s basketball team faces off with Northwest Wyoming College at 2:00PM with a halftime show of the Life Skills Special Olympics Basketball Team and appearance of Thunder, the school mascot. At 4:00PM the men’s basketball team will play Northwest Wyoming College. Fans can expect, tee-shirt guns, fight song, and Homecoming Royalty Presentation, and prizes during the halftime show.
Both games will be broadcasted on Mustang Radio with a Play by Play for those listening outside the range of 91.3FM Mustang Radio. Games and Homecoming halftimes will also be broadcast on 307mix.com, and through this livestream link: https://www.westernwyoming.edu/athletics/broadcasts.html.
The Homecoming celebration will wrap up with a Homecoming Dance in the Atrium at 8:00PM. Attendees can expect fun music, dancing, a Nacho Fountain, and Homecoming Court Presentation.
All of these events are free and open to the public. Western would like to encourage high school juniors and seniors, the local community and all alumni to attend, and share in the school spirit and pride of Western Wyoming Community College.