The Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo will take place on the first weekend of March, but the rest of the homecoming events have not yet been scheduled.
Normally, homecoming and the memorial take place in the fall semester at Laramie County Community College. Due to the horse quarantine last fall, events were pushed back until this spring. This made it more difficult to schedule homecoming activities since they typically revolve around the fall sporting events.
Zeke Sorenson, Student Engagement and Diversity Coordinator, said that homecoming activities are currently in the works, but it is unknown when they will be finalized. Originally, Scott Noble, previous Director of Athletics/Campus Recreation at LCCC, oversaw homecoming, but with his recent resignation and acceptance as Director of Athletics at Western New Mexico University the plans have yet to be finalized.
In the past, the activities for homecoming have included a chili cook off run by the student government, as well as spirit day, which included activities such as face painting. Occasionally there is a parade, but due to low attendance in the past, homecoming coordinators are unsure if that will happen this year.