With the football team starting the playoffs on on the road, Friday, November 9th, much support will be needed.
Drinks and food, provided by Chad Mascoe Sr.’s “Smoke Sumthin BBQ,” will be available for sale.
The bonfire is free admission and is opened to the entire Bulldog community.
Although school bonfires have happened before at THS, Peer Leadership teacher Janet Cable wanted to re-introduce a new experience with a new purpose.
“I just wanted to find a new experience for our students to come together to celebrate our school, football team, and traditions,” said Cable.
With senior Sedrick Robinson being a part of the football team, he admits that the purpose of the bonfire makes him feel confident, knowing that although the team will be traveling on the road for playoffs, he still has a “strong back-at-home.”
“Everyone should come out to enjoy food, get closer with the Bulldog community, and contribute to a new school memory,” said senior Quindarius Thomas.