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On Thursday, Sept. 6, students competed in a Mr. Roby Look-alike Contest for Dress Up Day. Back Row: McKenzie Sedlock, Shania Stewart, Kadi DeGeest, Hunter Carlson, Hunter Frost, Otis Roby, Levi Jones. Front Row: Mr. Roby, Destany Stewart, Billy Carter. Otis Roby was winner of the "Casual Mr. Roby" contest and Billy Carter was winner of the "Professional Mr. Roby" contest.

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