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Sophia Nassif

Freshman Molly Kerns stands on her tiptoes, while leaning against a ladder, and reaches up to paint the top of the Candyland float.

Floating above it all for Granite Bay High school’s 25th anniversary

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  • Kadi Scott, a sophomore at GBHS, uses a stencil to paint flowers onto the Clue themed float on September 24, 2021.

  • Gabi Santos, Lily Tanner, and Sarae Hays help set up the furniture for the sophomore float in preparation for the GBHS homecoming.

  • Audrey Wherry and Allie Nihart, sophomores at GBHS, assist with float building by cutting and painting cardboard for the float.

  • Jephrie Schouten, a senior at GBHS, helps make signs that will later be put onto the Monopoly float on September 24, 2021.

  • Megan Lorenzen and Izzie Hillman, seniors at GBHS, cut and add glitter to the back of the Monopoly themed float.

  • Senior Annie Hyatt uses a paint roller to paint a sign that will later be put onto the float on September 24, 2021.

  • Senior float commissioner Izzie Hillman paints a 25 onto the hidden game piece for the Monopoly float.

  • Freshman Molly Kerns stands on her tiptoes, while leaning against a ladder, and reaches up to paint the top of the Candyland float.

  • Abbie McKague and Seton Foon, freshman at GBHS, write thank you letters to the teachers and parents who helped with setting up homecoming on September 21, 2021.

  • Freshmen Summer Shelton, Maddy Truong, and Mady Stathem help paint signs that will later be put on the Candyland float.

  • 14-year old Jia Pakhale sketches guidelines for a gingerbread man that she will later paint and put on the freshmen float.

  • Lucas Costea and Seton Foon, freshmen at GBHS, paint blocks onto the Candyland float in preparation for homecoming.

  • ”We have had a lot of help so far, which is really nice considering that float building takes up a lot of time”, said junior float commissioner Kaitlyn Van Dusen, while describing the progress of the float so far.

  • Junior Kayla Willson draws an outline of a snake that will later be painted onto the Jumanji float on September 27, 2021.

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