Jessica hugging her parents goodbye
Jessica Sanchez returned to San Diego CA last night for her hometown visit. I’ll be gathering media from the festivities right here, so watch this space.
- At East Lake High school, Jessica sang: “Try a Little Tenderness”, “Stuttering” and “I Will Always Love You”. “Proud Mary” was an encore. The mayor declared it “Jessica Sanchez Day” in Chula Vista.
- @Blkeener: Plane with sign “Jessica is SD’s Idol” flying around the stadium.
- At USS Midway: It has been declared “Jessica Sanchez Day” in all of greater San Diego. And Honorary crew member of the new ship being commissioned in San Diego next week.
- Jessica sang: the National Anthem and “Try a Little Tenderness”. She brought her dad on stage and dedicated “Dance With My Father” to him.
- Jessica Leaves in a helicopter: PHOTO
- Thousands Greet Jessica Sanchez Read it HERE.
- Jessica Sanchez sings at East Lake High School. Read it HERE.
- Photo Gallery of Jessica’s high school visit from NBC San Diego
Follow @blkeener. She’ll be trailing Jessica all day.
I’m So Happy To Be Representing Chula Vista
Jessica landed in a helicopter! Here is her FOX 5 interview
Jessica Sings “Try a Little Tenderness” at her High School
I Will Always Love You
Star Spangled Banner at the Midway
Dance With My Father
Jessica’s schedule for today:
10:15 a.m. to noon Saturday, Eastlake High School’s Stan Canaris Football Stadium in Chula Vista. The Chula Vista homecoming will begin with a brief parade outside of the stadium, which has a capacity of 6,000. Attendees should arrive from the south, using Olympic Parkway, or from the east, using Clubhouse Drive to Eastlake Parkway. Eastlake Parkway will be closed to traffic, from Clubhouse Drive to Otay Lakes Road, from approximately 8:30 a.m. until noon, in order to permit safe viewing of the parade.
2 to 3 p.m. Saturday on the flight deck of the USS Midway Museum at downtown’s Broadway Pier. The homecoming celebration on the USS Midway is free, but only for those boarding between 1 and 2:30 p.m. Admission is limited to the first 3,500 people, so it is advisable to line up before 1 p.m. Public parking is available nearby, but is expected to fill up quickly. (UT San Diego)