Parading towards a day off

The time has arrived for the “largest county fair in central Texas.”

JROTC marches in New Braunfels on Comal County Fair Day last year.

Julian Wells

JROTC marches in New Braunfels on Comal County Fair Day last year.

Daniel Lackey, Staff Writer

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There will be no school on Friday Sept. 28 thanks to the the traditional Comal County Parade set to last from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m in  New Braunfels. The Ranger Band has been selected to be at the head of the annual procession. While the parade is a focal point for celebration, it is actually a part of the bigger picture that is the Comal County Fair & Rodeo, which initializes on Tuesday Sept. 25 and ends on Sunday Sept. 30. Food booths, arts and crafts, and animal presentations are only a handful of the many activities that are to be available in the days between.

A football home game against Canyon High School is set in stone for that same Friday at 7:30 p.m.

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