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PHOTOS: HHS celebrates stadium opening

The Hudson Cheer and Stunt team performs at the new Hudson Raider Stadium. They were one of several teams to perform during an event to celebrate the opening of the stadium Saturday. Other Hudson athletic teams were also recognized and took an Olympic-style walk around the track Saturday, to kick off the event. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.1 / 6
Many families and individuals are shown enjoying the new stadium, and sitting down on its turf to view "The LEGO Batman Movie." School District representatives took the time to thank those who contributed to building the stadium, and those who voted in favor of the referendum that made the stadium possible. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.2 / 6
The Hudson Raidaires Dance Team performs at the new Hudson Raider Stadium. The $5.78 million stadium was built after it was approved via referendum. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.3 / 6
The Hudson School Board celebrated the opening of the new Hudson Raider Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 9. The event included speeches from several school district representatives, and more. It closed with a showing of the "Lego Batman" movie on the field. Many set out blankets or chairs on the artificial turf to watch the movie. Shown, from left, are: 9-year-old Luke Hydinger, Stacy Hydinger, 7-year-old Callie Hydinger, and Michele Kluth. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.4 / 6
Mom Heather Berg, and her kids Hope, 5, center, and Evan, 7, right, enjoyed "The LEGO Batman Movie" Saturday, Sept. 9 at Hudson Raider Stadium. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.5 / 6
The Hudson High School Marching Band performs for the crowd gathered to celebrate the opening of the Hudson Raider Stadium at Hudson High School. Gretta Stark / RiverTown Multimedia.6 / 6

The Hudson School Board celebrated the opening of the new Hudson Raider Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 9. The event included speeches from several school district representatives, performances by the Hudson Marching Band, Hudson Raidaires, and more. It closed with a showing of the "Lego Batman" movie on the field. Many set out blankets or chairs on the artificial turf to watch the movie.

Gretta Stark

Gretta Stark has been a reporter for the River Falls Journal since July of 2013. She previously worked as a reporter for the New Richmond News from June 2012 to July 2013. She holds a BA in Print and Electronic Media from Wartburg College.

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