Gower Centennial Queen
Miss Beth Ann Rowland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rowland, was chosen Centennial Queen at the ceremonies last Friday evening
Her attendants were Miss Betty Horn and Miss Marilyn Crouse.
DISTRICT TRACK CHAMPS...The PHS boys track team won the District track championship last Saturday at North Platte. This year the team won seven track championships including the KCI Conference title.
Pictured front row, left to right, Gary St. Clair, Chad Sypkens, Brian Close, Chad O’Connor, Travis Burch, Greg Smith.
2nd row, Travis Whiteley, Jesse Farley, Matt Smith, Brian Decker, Brian Justus.
Back row, Nissa Bartlett, mgr., Jason Grayson, Jamie Grayson, Romando Payan and Misty Bartlett, mgr.
(Above) Mrs. Grigsby’s fourth grade class brought in the most change; they are shown above in front of the “Coins for a Cure” chart inside the Ellis doors. Front row – L to R: Jerrod Daly, Kade Kennedy, Peyton O’Connor, Ian Henggeler and Rylan Sigg. Middle row: Sam Bash, Corey Close, Emilee Fernandez, Maryssa Hampton and Chantel Shirley. Back row: Kaylei Bennett, Rylee Dennis, Blayne Jones, Joe Turley, Hailey Kerby, Andrew Querrey and Katie Eads. Not pictured: Craig Brown and Josh Wilkerson.
Coins For A Cure
During the month of April students at Ellis Elementary brought in change to donate to the “Coins for a Cure” campaign. The money was donated to the American Cancer Society through the Cameron Relay for Life event. Three teams will represent Clinton County R-III this year – two staff and the PHS Student Council. The event begins this Friday.
Ellis students raised a total of $1,207.57 which will be given to the Relay for Life of Clinton/DeKalb counties to benefit the American Cancer Society. The top three classes were Mrs. Grigsby’s class: $321.65, Mrs. Poindexter’s class: $232.97, and Mrs. Dunning’s class: $156.69.