Homecoming 2016: A “Home Sweet Hesston” gallery Horizon Staff | October 11, 2016 | Features, Home Feature | No Comments Hesston Homecoming Week: Alumni and students participated in multiple events around Hesston during the “Home Sweet Hesston” celebration Sept. 29-Oct. 2. Events included art shows, music performances, sports events, class reunions, fireworks, and of course lots of conversations and meals. Photo by Sarah Booth Northlawn Center was renamed “Keim Center” after President Howard Keim (2005-2016). Keim’s continuing support of performing arts education was recognized during a renaming ceremony held Saturday. Photo by Sarah Booth Coffeehouse entertainment was provided by Sadie and the Prowlers, a family band playing bluegrass music. The band has toured for about seven years and for the last three, performed over 100 concerts a year. Photo by Sarah Booth The Hesston College men’s and women’s basketball team led the homecoming parade, proudly carrying the Hesston College banner. Photo by Sarah Booth Interim President Ben Sprunger and his wife Sue ride in the Hesston college Volkswagon during the parade. Photo by Sarah Booth Students and members of the community line up on the street prior to the parade. This was the first year Hesston College and Hesston public schools have teamed together for a homecoming event. Photo by Sarah Booth The Hesston College men’s basketball team walks in the parade tossing candy. Bel Canto members also handed out popsicles while other groups and sports teams handed out schedules and upcoming event reminders. Photo by Sarah Booth Related Posts Day in the Life: Erika Dorsch No Comments | Sep 21, 2012 The lark: It’s not a fish 1 Comment | Nov 9, 2015 Faculty and students reflect on spring break No Comments | Mar 30, 2015 Eating American food: A learned skill No Comments | Oct 26, 2012 About The Author Horizon Staff Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.