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Cameron's homecoming concludes

LAWTON, Okla_ Cameron University's homecoming week ended Saturday, but not before some more homecoming activities.

Saturday's activities all started in the morning with a family fun run, followed by an award luncheon, than a chuck wagon cook-off and tailgate before the big basketball game.

Cameron senior, Miguel Gonzalez, was apart of all the homecoming activities this week, and said it was good way to get not only the students involved but also the Lawton community.

 "It's a great time that the Lawton families can come see what Cameron is about, and get a chance to run around the campus and look at the campus, and just comradery with the Cameron students and the Lawton community. It's a positive outcome," Gonzalez said.

The homecoming events wrapped up at halftime of the game when the homecoming king and queen were crowned.

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