Homecoming events 2018

The CBC Mustangs represented their blue and white colors during Feb. 2 and 3 homecoming weekend. CBC had several events open to the students and their families, faculty and staff and the town of Conway. Friday Feb. 2 was the chili cook off and carnival. This provided an environment for all ages to enjoy food and fun games.

Inflatable sumo wrestling, football toss and Mario Kart were some of the games offered at the carnival.

“The plinko game was a crowd pleaser. Everytime I looked over there people were swarming it to play,” said senior Jordan Lockhart.

On Saturday Feb. 3 CBC had a service dedicating the new band hall to Mary Ned Foster, as a gift from her husband Winston Foster, the donor.

“The dedication was a relief that we finally have our own space. It is evidence of what God is doing with the band program, and I think it sparked excitement for the growing program,” said senior Preston Jones. “I hate that I only get to experience the band hall for one semester, but I’m very thankful for the time and the memories that will be made in there. Thank you Jesus!”

CBC students, family and alumni gathered in the gym to cheer on the Mustang and Lady Mustang basketball teams to a double headed victory.  In between the games, the homecoming court was announced and senior Stephanie Battles was crowned 2018 Homecoming Queen.

“I had a blast! It was a great first experience for me at CBC,” said freshman Cora Lentz. “It was a really fun time to just take a break from school and homework to have fun with everyone.”

Photo by Samantha Lagergren


Kaylyn Shankle

Hello! I am Kaylyn Shankle. I am a Junior, majoring in secondary education English. I am a reporter and the web events administrator. Writing has always been a huge passion of mine, and I am blessed to be able to write and share God's word through the newspaper and web.

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