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Homecoming floats: an endangered species


Last updated 9/27/2007 at Noon

A Fallbrook high school homecoming tradition of 30 years is in jeopardy, says Josh Way the school’s ASB director. It’s a bittersweet dilemma. Although the Warriors football team now plays on brand new artificial turf, when the adjacent synthetic track is

added after October 5, it may signal the end of the colorful floats that are part of the high school’s history. “No other school makes floats like we do,” says Josh. It’s not that other schools with synthetic tracks don’t have floats, they do–just not the size and award-winning design and fabrication of Fallbrook’s.


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