We are looking forward to featuring alumni in a bi-weekly series called “Where Are They Now?” The goal is to have enough participation from alumni to continue this throughout the life of the school website. There have been a few alumni contacted to get us started. We hope to include past graduates from many different years and current locations. If you are interested or have a suggestion for a featured alumnus, please feel free to drop a line to email@example.com with the information.
Chadron Community Recreation Youth Leagues
- Youth Flag and Tackle Football Leagues:
– for kids, grades 3-6
– Saturday mornings, Eaton Soccer Field, Sept.-Nov.
- Youth Soccer League:
– for kids, ages 6-18 yrs.
– Mon, Tues, & Thurs. evenings, Eaton Soccer Field
– two seasons (one reg. fee)–Sept.-Oct. and Apr.-May
For more information log onto www.chadronrec.com or call 308-432-3133.
The 2012 Elders’ Wisdom Program video is now available! It’s just over 54 minutes long and in addition to the evening’s programming, it includes the original documentaries and Nebraska video. Click on either link below to view – no account needed. Sign up to Vimeo – it’s free and easy – to download a video to your computer for offline viewing or burning to a DVD.
High Resolution Video (208 MB)
Low Resolution Video (For Slower Internet Connections – 32 MB)
Mr. and Mrs. Janes want to thank the students, staff, administration and community members whose contributions made this Elders’ Wisdom program such a memorable evening. Special thanks to the Video Production students who proved that only with challenge comes greatness. We are most grateful to the Elders, Donna and Don, whose amazing stories and wisdom inspire us all.
Mr. and Mrs. Janes
Click here for a copy of the Elders’ Wisdom program.
A HAY SPRINGS, NEBRASKA COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
This Year’s Honorees:
Mrs. Donna Sipp & Mr. Don Peters
Thursday, March 29
5:30 p.m. — Soup Supper in Cafeteria
7:00 p.m.— Program in Auditorium
Cookies and Coffee to follow in cafeteria
Click to view flyer
This year’s Annual Turkey Dinner will be November 17th. Parents are invited to come join their kids for a turkey dinner. The menu is turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, dinner roll, and pumpkin dessert. Adults – $3.20 and PreK – $2.00. Please let the school know by November 14th if you are planning to attend and how many will be here. We hope to see you there!
Pump, pump!!! This year’s blood drive will be on October 18 from one to five o’clock p.m. at Lister Sage. It is being sponsored by the United Blood Services from Rapid City, and will be organized by the Robotics Blood Team. The purpose of the blood drive is to replenish the blood bank. There is no cost to donate blood, but a person has to be at least sixteen years or older in order to donate. Before someone gets their blood drawn their vital signs must first be checked along with their blood pressure to make sure that they have good clean healthy blood. When getting their blood drawn a person simply sits in a chair and is reclined in order to help them relax. After having their blood drawn the donor must wait five to ten minutes before they can leave to make sure that they have no reactions. While waiting they eat some kind of salty to help replenish their blood. Miriam Kearns says, “It a great thing and helps save lives.”
Oink Oink! Mrs. Anderson took part in this year’s Friendly Festival Hog Wrestling Contest. She and her partner, Heather Housh, placed second in their division,winning $25 each. Three children out of her class also participated; they were Toby Scherbarth, Braydon Binger, and Hally Johnson. Each of the kids won $10; in addition to that Toby took first place in his age group.
Mrs. Anderson said, “It was fun but I was exhausted by the end! The pigs were huge!”
WaHoo! The ladies at the Hay Spring Public Swimming Pool were very busy on the Saturday of Friendly Festival. There were plenty of fun games such as, greased watermelon, relay duck races, the coin game, a biggest splash contest, and a belly flop contest. The prizes of the games were pop, candy, Gatorade, jerky, and toys. The pool almost reached its full capacity with 102 kids in one day. The life-guards supervising the activities were Brook Scherbarth, Kerisa Marx, Ashton Hughes, Aria Hughes, and Holly Scherbarth.
Brook said “The kids had a great time trying to gather all the coins out of the pool and no one got hurt.”