Lawton_It's Homecoming Week at Cameron University and Friday, they celebrated with an unconventional parade.
Instead of the traditional floats making their way through the streets, the student groups decorated golf carts and drove them on the sidewalks through the campus. There were 23 entries, as well as appearances by the cheer and dance team.
"The students did a lot of work. They only had a couple of hours to put their floats together. So, they had to come with everything before they got here, and then kinda attach it to the float here. So, they were really creative with their stuff," said Leslie Cothren, Cameron Student Activities Specialist.
This was the first time they've had a golf cart parade. Cothren says they plan to do it again next year, and hope to have more entries and a bigger crowd.
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