Thursday's NSB Cudas Homecoming Parade leads to tonight's football game against Spruce Creek Hawks

NSB Homecoming Parade includes School Board member Linda Curthbert / Headline Surfer®Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Linda Cuthbert, the district 3 rep. on the Volusia County School Board is shown waving to the crowd Thursday through the downtown in the first New Smyrna Beach High Cudas Homecoming Parade in more than a decade, leading to tonight's football game between the NSBHS Cudas and Port Orange Spruce Creek Hawks at New Smyrna Beach Municipal Stadium.
 

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla -- The first New Smyrna Beach High Cudas Homer coming Parade on Thursday in more than a decade leads to tonight's homecoming game at New Smyrna Beach Municipal Stadium.

Kick-off is 7 p.m.

Among the local dignitaries participating in the parade was district 3 Volusia County School Board member Linda Cuthbert, who took to Facebook this morning to cheer on the home school: "NSBHS gave me the great honor to be in their Homecoming Parade Thursday evening...first parade in many years! Everyone had a marvelous time."

Among the local dignitaries participating in the parade was district 3 Volusia County School Board member Linda Cuthbert, who took to Facebook this morning to cheer on the home school: "NSBHS gave me the great honor to be in their Homecoming Parade Thursday evening...first parade in many years! Everyone had a marvelous time."

Cuthbert, of Edgewater, a retired public school teach, who won her seat by a decisive margin in the 2014 elections, added: "Proud to be part of this marvelous community - Big Homecoming Game tonight Cudas vs. Hawks at NSB Municipal Stadium. Go and root for your team!"

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