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Teen Scene

Teen Advisory Board
Mon. Oct. 22, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Help the library plan programs that teens will want to attend. Help out with children's events, and work together to make the community and the library a better place. Decide along with other group members what projects you want to work on each year. Attend three teen events during the school year and receive community service hours for your efforts. Refreshments will be served. Ehlers Meeting Room.



Happy Days
No School!

Tues. Nov. 6, 2012
Election Day

Wed. Nov. 21-25, 2012
Thanksgiving Recess

Masuk artists help out at Farmers Market - Emma McIntyre, 4, wanted a butterfly painted on her cheek to match her shirt. Masuk artist Mike Bonomo, a senior, took up the brush as fellow artists from Masuk supervise. (From left) Adriana Reise,a  junior, and Isabelle Gallant and Tatiana Gilchrist, freshmen.       

Jacy Good Brings Message to Masuk

(From left) Lynn Costello, FBLA advisor, Michael Coyne, president, Vanessa Leverich, reporter, Jacy Good, guest speaker, and Joseph Kobza, Masuk High School principal.

"Hang up and drive" was the message Jacy Good gave to the student body at Masuk High School Oct. 3. As the guest speaker she told of the horrific accident caused by teen driver on the phone. He ran a red light and forced an 18-wheeler head-on into Jacy’s car. The impact killed her parents instantly.  She was given a 10 percent change of surviving. "Hang up and drive," she said. "before you kill someone!"

 
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