McClusky Gazette News

May 23, 2018

Dinner theatre rocks

There were a few hitches in the May 11 dinner theatre performance due to farming, family commitments, and flu, but the group persevered with a promise from Music Instructor O’Neil to do better, “Next time.”

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Tom Kalb was guest speaker for the annual 2018 Spring Fling in McClusky on May 2 at the McClusky City Hall.

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Three boys and two girls made up the McClusky School District kindergarten class this year.

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The year was 1987 and Jason Axt was just seven years old. Doris Fischer was an elementary teacher in McClusky School District with an idea of starting something good for kids to do that wasn’t sports.

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With a love for people and helping them get things done, Lori Hollenbeck has used her skills as a program technician for the USDA Service Center in McClusky.

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“Party Till the Cows Come Home” was the theme for McClusky High School Prom on Saturday evening, April 28, at the high school gym.

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There were group performances from duos to kindergarten through senior high groups.

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Enthusiastic students attended the performance of Kat Perkins at McClusky Elementary, all the happier to see the day-late postponed performance appearance happen.

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Representing Congressman Kevin Cramer, Kaitlyn Weidert was back home in Sheridan County, visiting with constituents who need help with issues, usually involving federal agencies.

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