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Celebrating Blugolds young and old with annual Homecoming parade

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Even furry friends were entranced by the Blugold Marching Band.

Even furry friends were entranced by the Blugold Marching Band.

Taylor Reisdorf

Taylor Reisdorf

Even furry friends were entranced by the Blugold Marching Band.

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Many floats tossed out sweets, some threw objects — likes these “Blugold Fever” footballs — into the crowd.

The UW-Eau Claire Homecoming parade is one of the many Homecoming traditions. It follows 1st Ave. and functions as a celebration of UW-Eau Claire’s past and current students, various organizations and staff members. This year’s parade featured, in this order, Campus Police, Color Guard, the Blugold Marching Band, Alumni, staff and scholarship winner, the Altoona Fire Department, the Cheer and Stunt Team, TV-10, the Blugold Mile, Women’s Volleyball, Student National Environmental Health Association, College Cancer Collaborative, The Mayberry Guru, The Spectator, the Waterski and Wakeboarding Club, Miss Northern Lights, the Dance Team, Eau Claire Student Nurses Association, Men’s Basketball, Fourth and Water, College of Business Student Advisory Board, Bridgman Hall Kazoo Band, Student Senate and UAC.

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