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Santa’s got a little house set up on the Plaza for kids to come visit. But, as we all know, he’s a busy guy. But don’t worry: In case he’s not in when you want to drop off your letter, the city has installed a mailbox just outside the hut.
“It’s for Christmas letters to Santa,” said Main Street Coordinator Cheri Bedford. “In case Santa’s not in the hut, children still have an opportunity to deliver a letter to him.”
It’s a red mailbox sitting on the porch. And just to make sure Santa sees them, eParis Extra! will print the letters online. Even Santa has broadband these days.
Santa’s Hut will be open on the Plaza from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and after the parade until 9 p.m. Saturday. Next weekend, the hut will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. both Dec. 9 and 10.
The Stone Middle School Pantherettes played Atlanta on Monday, November 28. The 7th Gold and Blue teams won 33-7 and 30-17 respectively as did the 8th Gold team 15-4. Suffering a loss was the 8th Blue team 17-24.
North Lamar’s 7th Gold scorers were:
Katee Garrett – 12
Harlie Orr – 8
Deja Frasier – 3
Olivia Reader, Melanie Brewer, Katie Welch, Kayli Lewis, Cheyenne Jones each with two points each
North Lamar’s 7th Blue scorers were:
Sydnee Prunty – 13
Bailee Nickerson – 7
Kylee Scudder and Erin Scholl – 4 each
Karlie Ewell and Regan Robinson each with 1.
Great defensive effort from Peyton Fleming
North Lamar’s 8th Gold scorers were:
MacKenzie Beckmon – 4
Sierra Rice, Daisy Rangel, Acacia Washington,Kristen Hodges, Alina Beck each had two
Shaina Brown – 1
Hailey Kelly great defensive effort
North Lamar’s 8th Blue scorers were:
Jaycie McEwin – 6
Karlee Alexander – 3
Kayla Igleheart, Mallory Miller and Tayla Bangs each had two
Alex Honeywood and Sydney Chadwick each had one.
Katie Kilcrease great defensive effort
The Stone Pantherettes will play at Paris on Monday, December 5 beginning at 4:00 p.m. Coaches for the Pantherettes are Jackie Sue High and Lindsey Blackshear.
Mrs. Archer’s high school Culinary Arts class received sanitation training and wanted to share with Mrs. Sanders first grade class the importance of washing their hands. The students made a list of when to wash their hands and demonstrated how, by singing Happy Birthday 2 times with Jake playing the guitar. The first graders were rewarded with hand sanitizer and new mittens to wear in the cold weather in our school colors of red and black. The high school kids certified the first graders with certificates of achievement from Paws for Santa Claus and left a coloring sheet to see who would color the best. Thanks Mrs. Sanders for sharing your kids and time with the Culinary Arts students.
Culinary Arts students shown are:
Metz Branch, Jake Rowland, Caleb Young, Chelsea Arnold, Chelsea Musick, Kindyl Parks
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