The Homecoming Horseshoe will be placed around town as a fundraiser. (Contributed)

KING CITY — The tradition of homecoming at King City High School is an event the town looks forward to every year.

As the festivities of homecoming start to take place, the ASB leadership class would like to introduce the “Homecoming Horseshoe” that will be placed around town, with its purpose being homecoming advertisement around the community. 

Homecoming week for 2023 will be Monday, Oct. 2, through Friday, Oct. 6.

If the horseshoe makes its way onto your lawn, a donation amount of your choosing will be paid in order to have it removed from your lawn. Based on the cash-only donation that is given, the participant has the following options:

  • $10 to have the horseshoes removed from your lawn by the KCHS ASB students;
  • $20 to have the horseshoe removed from your lawn and placed in the location of your choice; or
  • $30 to have the horseshoe removed from your lawn and placed in the location of your choice, and guaranteed insurance that the horseshoe will not be placed back on your lawn.

This fundraiser will begin Monday, Sept. 25, and go on until Wednesday, Oct. 4. 

If you find the horseshoe has been placed on your lawn, follow the attached directions on the back for the removal process, as the leadership class would like the horseshoe to be moved around daily.

“We appreciate the continued support from our proud Mustang community, and we look forward to making the Homecoming Horseshoe a yearly tradition,” according to Lauren Page, ASB leadership advisor.

If the horseshoe does not make it onto your yard but you would still like to participate, or if you have further questions, contact Page at KCHS for more information.

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