VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - The Vandalia-Butler community can now boast of breaking a record.
Recordsetter.com confirmed Thursday that 705 people officially broke the record for the longest high five chain. That shatters the previous record of 350 participants.
City school students, staff, parents and community members formed a ring around the football stadium on Homecoming night October 4 to pull off the feat.
The chain was the brainchild of Mark Miller, a parent who apparently loves a good high five. He says the high five chain was a perfect way to showcase school spirit and build community pride.
“As the Homecoming game reached the fourth quarter, I couldn’t help but wonder how many people remaining in the stands were going to participate,” Miller recalled. “As I watched the stands empty and people walking onto the track, it was overwhelming."
You can watch the video the record breaking high five chain HERE.
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