Pictured are the Junior and Senior High winners of the CHS Constitution Day Challenge. Jr. High winner was Grace O’Hara, and Sr. High winner was Joslyn Spencer. Holding the Constitution is Austin Hartford. Each winner received a Rialto Theatre Gift Pack. The Challenge was sponsored by the CHS Social Studies Department.
An Anti-Bullying Program was recently presented by members of Canton High School SADD club. The program was opened by High School Principal, Craig Coleman. This was followed by an introduction by Mariah Castle, President of SADD, a peer organization that stands for Students Against Destructive Decisions. She stated, "We focus on issues such as drug use, distracted driving, and in today's case, bullying and suicide prevention. We feel that you will be able to get something out of this assembly." She introduced Alana Castle to start the assembly with a story: "Carrie sat down to eat her lunch just like she did every school day. She had waited in line, stopped to grab a straw, and made her way to the table where she always sat with her friends. The table had just begun to engage in a friendly conversation, when suddenly the cafeteria went quiet.
Dale Butcher was in the Troy FFA in his high school days and located his picture in the FFA display. Ricky Benson visited the Sale Barn on Saturday. He used to pen calves during sales. Ally Allen danced with Pam Dillon. Pat Barrett taught Ag. in Troy for a few years. Paul Starkey belonged to the FFA in Mansfield in 1950 and brought his "blue jacket" to the Sale Barn event. Tricia Hojnowski and Casey Baxter of the Troy FFA with their historical display at the Sale Barn. Ben Engel with the Canton FFA display.
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