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  • Monday, February 27, 2017 10:12 PM
    Kindergarten – Bonnie Anderson, Scarlett Anderson, Olivia Hardy, and Parker McCaffry.
    First Grade – Brita Cleek, Reva Dougls, Braxton Ebert, Jackson Hill, Leonardo Lara, Graisen Million, Israel Mulvaney, Jersey Owens, and Peyton Wright.
    Second Grade – Michael Deaton, Austin Harsings, Kimber Hill, Zoey Hohenstein, Kaycee Morris, Samaya Morton, Natalie Rhoads, Madelyn Roberts, Layla Shaw, Collin Spencer, Noah Vogel, and Lennon Woods.
    Third Grade – Andrew Bliss, Elijah Cornett, Gavin Downey, William Halsey, and Kendall Priebe.
    Fourth Grade – Carson Ellenberger, Haley Felix, Hilary Haltom, Zeharah Hohenstein, Tamera Kouns, Ilyana Lara, Andrew Little, Dominick Presslor, Cole Rhoads, Riley Shields, Brandon Smedley, and Hunter Vogel.
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  • Scarf tying and more!
    Monday, February 27, 2017 10:12 PM
    Becky Hankins recently held at event to help teach cancer patient through a comfortable, elegant alternative to wigs and hats for those coping with hair loss from treatment. She also teaches make-up and beauty tips. She said she decided to have a scarf-tying class after inquiries from several patiens wanting to learn. She said she knew she would need a good amount of time for the two-hour class to go over all the styles and how to create them. Along with a great deal of fun, laughs and knowledge, the ladies left with a beautiful gift bag full of cosmetics donated by Merle Norman, Mary Kay and other beauty lines. Pictured, Hankins demonstrates scarf tying techniques on one of the volunteer helpers for the class, Jeni Underwood. 
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  • Monday, February 27, 2017 10:09 PM
    LAFAYETTE – The Lafayette Symphony continues their casual nightclub performance series on March 9 with The B-Side: Track 2, LSO String Quartet. The group will present an easygoing evening of jazz, rock, and pop charts at Carnahan Hall in Market Square, Lafayette. The newest addition to LSO’s annual programming line-up, the B-Side is a unique three-concert series that gives the traditional Symphony concert a make-under with a relaxed, come-as-you-are vibe. 
    This series is unique in that the musicians choose their own music, and often give insight into how the ensemble works together. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for audience members to come in, get comfortable, and enjoy a cocktail at the cash bar before the music begins at 7:30 p.m. This performance is an all-ages event, and tickets are available in advance for $15 at lafayettesymphony.org.
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  • Robots invade CHS Saturday
    Monday, February 27, 2017 4:00 AM
    Twenty nine Indiana and three Ohio robotics teams hit Crawfordsville High School on Saturday for the FIRST ® Tech Challenge Indiana State Championships. FIRST ® Tech Challenge is a global robotics program that ignites an enthusiasm for science, technology and discovery in your people while teaching them STEM skills and concepts, leadership and teamwork. 
    The field included three teams from Crawfordsville High School, TOBOR, Radical Change and C’ville-ized Botman. When the dust settled, the alliance of Power Surge (Heritage Christian), Toxic (Granger Exploration and Robotics Studio) and Vier Left (Granger Exploration and Robotics Studio) were victorious in the finals over the alliance of Radical Change (Crawfordsville), Fire Wires (Granger Exploration and Robotics Studio) and Mecha-Hampsters (Home School). 
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  • Sunday, February 26, 2017 7:41 PM
    First Grade – All A’s – Ella Barry, Brita Cleek, Braxton Ebert, Gavyn Gleason, Vivyan Haltom, Maxwell Myers, Lucinda Patton, Camryn Priebe, and Elizabeth Veach. Regular – Ethan Hardy, Jackson Hill, Marlee Jensen, Leonardo Lara, Graisen Million, Jersey Owens, and Noah Simmons.
    Second Grade – All A’s – Hannah Barnes, Kimber Hill, Natalie Rhoads, Thomas Veach, and Lennon Woods. Regular – Lillian Davis, Kalee Knox, Samaya Morton, Bryleigh Penter, Madelyn Roberts, Layla Shaw, and Jaycee Todd.
    Third Grade – All A’s – William Halsey, Myah Knox and Kendall Priebe. Regular – Garrett Abney, Marley Abney, Andrew Bliss, Elijah Cornett, Gavin Downey, Ethan Pine, and Emily Shahan.
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  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    Dr. Laura Bates will speak at Wabash College at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. The conversation with the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award honoree is part of the Novel Conversations Speakers Program, sponsored by Indiana Humanities with support from The Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.
    Bates developed and delivered the world’s first Shakespeare program in a supermax prison, and she chronicled her experiences in her book Shakespeare Saved My Life: Ten Years in Solitary with the Bard.
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  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    Whitlock Place Senior Living is having a classic movie matinee in March. The show is free and free popcorn and refreshments will be available. The March 23 show is The Odd Couple with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Call Candace for more information at 765-412-4718. 
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  • Hoagies for Heroes
    Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    Wellbrooke of Crawfordsville showed their appreciation for our community heroes on Friday. They served a complimentary hoagie lunch for all police, sheriff’s, EMS, military and fire departments. Lunch consisted of a hoagie, cole slaw, French fries, drink and a desert. Wellbrooke’s Olivia Horn says, “The residents enjoy it just as much as we do.” Plenty of our local heroes came out to enjoy their hoagie lunch and fellowship with one another and the residents of Wellbrooke. Pictured left, Crawfordsville Police officers Jared Colley and Jared Manago grab some lunch. 
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  • Awesome week for FFA
    Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    Students and staff at North Montgomery and Southmont High Schools spent the week celebrating a great year of FFA. Nancy Bell, the North Montgomery Ag Educator and FFA Advisor shared some of the highlights of the week at North Montgomery. The school has 63 FFA members.
    “This week we had nine students who were chosen to be Pages at the Statehouse,” Bell said. Only 93 students are chosen across the state for the program. 
    Members also had an FFA breakfast where members served to members of the community. There were spirit days with students donning FFA T-shirts and official dress. Thursday the kids enjoyed Ag Olympics with games like horseshoes, cornhole, bag races and more during the lunch hour. Friday, Mr. Strickler, Mr. Margeson, Ms. Hutson and Mr. Baker got to lay a big smooch on a pig since their classes raised the most money with fundraiser buckets. 
    At Southmont, advisor Gary Mosbaugh said that his students enjoyed acting as host for a staff breakfast. They also had a visit from State FFA Officer Nathan Blume and a pizza party.
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  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Montgomery County Women’s Lenten Breakfast series starts March 4 at Crossroads Community Church. The purpose of the series is to bring sisters together in a serious spiritual setting to provide a time for examining their hearts through repentance and remembrance of Christ’s death and resurrection. 
    Each Saturday starts with breakfast at 8 a.m. and the program from 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Child care is provided and love offering is available. The theme this year is “I will praise you, O Lord.” The song is “To God be the Glory” and the verse is “I will praise You, O Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonders.” – Psalm 9:1
    The schedule for this year is below:
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  • Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    The Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau, JUMP Program (Juvenile Mentoring Program) will be running a series of articles about the children who are on the waiting list hoping to be matched with a caring adult volunteer. Their names have been changed and their age changed slightly so that they may remain anonymous!
    Luke is a 12-year-old boy who lives in a single parent household with several friends of the family. His mom describes him as good kid that does pretty well in school and never gets into any trouble. She said he is not really the daring type but is more cautious though not shy. She states that Luke is laid back and a good listener. One of the reasons she wants him to have a mentor is to help him be more outgoing and to learn to try new things without fear. She said he can be quiet at first but will start to open up once he gets comfortable with someone.
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  • Bits 'n' Pieces 2-25-2017
    Saturday, February 25, 2017 4:00 AM
    Welcome to the last weekend of February – and boy hasn’t it been an odd month in terms of weather? This week alone has seen weather extremes. Let’s just hope that March doesn’t hold any nasty surprises. 
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    IT MIGHT FEEL like Montgomery County is caught in a bit of a bobcat craze. Sightings are coming in from all over the county. One resident even told us that he saw an awfully large cat run across the road on a city street (near the RR Donnelley plant on West Wabash). If you have any sightings, email us at bobcat@thepaper24-7.com to let us know! While there have been plenty of reports and even a few photos, it’s a great reminder to simply be smart and cautious when it comes to small pets and even small children.
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    STAY TUNED for a big announcement about one of the staffers here at your favorite Montgomery County daily! We’ve been sworn to secrecy, but we can tell you that this will be “national” in nature and it involves one of the younger members of our party.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:59 PM
    7th Grade High Honor Roll-Justin Bachmann, Bailey Barker, Tiffany Dittmer, Brooke Ellenberger, Alexandria Hieston, Gerald Hutson, Brady Largent, Chase Rood.
    8th Grade High Honor Roll-Robert Matthew Bliss, Cassidy Bowlin, Austin Bowman, Noah Byler, Alexis Chadwick, Alexander Doyle, Cameron King, Dillan Lauy, Madison Livesay, Alexis Murphy, Madison Murphy, Mallory Murphy, Oliver Noel, Rosalinda Perez, Kaley Remley, Megan Scheidler, Brody Seaman, Krista Sixberry, Andrew Taylor, Lauren Tricker, Riley Woodall.
    7th Grade Regular Honor Roll-Karter Blankenship, Roger Boller, Mason Braziel, Levi Brush, Kaitlyn Burkholder, Jalyn Caldwell, Madison Chadwick, Lynnelle Cox, Xavier Essex, Dori Frederick, Taishi Greiner, Taylor Grino, Carlos Hernandez, Trent Jones, Julius Lillard, Collin Martin, Isabelle Miller, Raevan Million, Hanna Nichols, Logan Oppy, Logan Phillips, Van Powers, Ryan Reimondo, Jayden Rivers, Megan Schwartz, Chaney Scott, Macie Shirk, Halee Smith, Jordan Stanley, Trevor Surface, Grace Tolsen, Kari Ann VanCleave, Jacklyn Vaught, Luke Watson.
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  • Friday, February 24, 2017 8:57 PM
    Perfect Attendance – 6th grade – Joseph Howe, Chloe Lynn, Jarrod Rector, Jordan Rector, Trevor Ward, Skyler Wood, 5th grade – Oliver Bradley, Ella Brewer, Haley Burton, Brett Keller, Hanna Long, Adelaide Wachtstetter, Bryleigh Warren, 4th grade – Hunter Crosby, Jayden Dagley, Paul Hazlett, Micah Kiger, Anna McVay, Emma Myers, Hannah Phelps, Kylee Reeves, Haley Scott, Jayden Thompson,
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  • Community comes together for Sam Jackman
    Friday, February 24, 2017 8:56 PM
    People from all over the community came together Thursday night at North Montgomery for a benefit concert in support of North Montgomery student Sam Jackman. The event came from the minds and hearts of students Andrew Samuelsen and Ollie Valle. Valle, pictured on the right, dedicated the song “Stand By Me” to Jackman. Pictured left, Southmont student Kasey Burton lent her musical talents for the #SamStrong benefit. Pictured center, North Montgomery English teacher Lee Douma and his son Ben entertained the crowed with a rendition of “Wake My Soul.”
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