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    Campbellsport High School celebrated its Homecoming last week with many fun events like dress-up days, Powder Puff football, Macho Man volleyball, a pep rally, the Homecoming parade, and it all culminated with the Homecoming dance on Saturday night, Oct. 6. It was a great week for everyone. Reigning over the activities all week were court members, front from left, Chloe Koth, Ashtyn Jungers, Olivia Burich, Taylin St. Mary, Jessica Goebel, Brianna Flitter, Janie Hodny, Meg Strean; back row, Layton Stoffel, Elijah O'Laughlin, Nick Narges, Hayden Lackas, Kal Ferguson, Gabe Goebel and Cade Heisdorf.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

 

CHS Students Get Realistic Lesson

 Campbellsport High School students received a realistic lesson on Wednesday, Oct. 3. As they walked out to the parking lot on a beautiful warm and sunny fall day, students quickly realized the very sobering reason they were being called outside.
A mock accident scene was set up in the parking lot on the far west side, near the baseball field. Students sat in bleachers that had been set up for them.
 Two vehicles were crashed into each other and student volunteers portrayed the passengers in both vehicles. Some were shown as injured in the crash and two were killed. One student — Matt Koelbl — had minor injuries and played the part of the impaired driver who caused the accident.


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Scaring Up Donations
– Local Youth Create Haunted House To Benefit Food Pantry

 Hunter Sabish, 12, has been creating haunted houses for his family and friends to go through for the past three years.
This year, Hunter, who is a sixth grader at Campbellsport Middle School, decided he wanted to do more.
He partnered with a group of other youngsters from across the area to create a haunted house in order to collect food donations for the Kewaskum Community Pantry.
The group calls themselves the SkareKrew.
Ranging in age from 10 to 12 years old, SkareKrew members have created a haunted house that has numerous rooms. Each of the six SkareKrew members wear different costumes and creepy masks to frighten and entertain visitors.

  Sam Floyd is excited to share his new venture with the Campbellsport community. He started Operation Coffee a year ago and is almost ready to start roasting his coffee in his new home on Main Street. Floyd is hosting an open house this Friday, Oct. 12, from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. at the former Campbellsport Baptist Church building.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

 

 

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