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Page 10 I Cambridge Principal Notes As one would hope, We have a lot of cooking our classrooms are very going on in our classes busy with exciting proj- now, also. Mrs. BoWs ects! Our ag department project learning class is making 3'x3' firewood is decorating cakes. A racks to sell to the public, huge thank you goes If you've been meaning out to Peggy Mink for to clean up that firewood her assistance with the area around the wood class. Students in Mr. stove, this may be your McMichael's speech opportunity. Please con- class just finished giving tact Mr. Dahle at 257-3311 demonstration speeches, ext. 118 for more details, and what better process to Wednesday, September 26, 2012 The Adams County Record Video conference with the governor By Angie Lakey- Campbell demonstrate than how to make cookies or perhaps a peanut butter and'jelly sandwich! We are in the middle of the harvest season. Mrs. Mink's food scienceclass is finishing their unit on pectin. Students have created a variety of jams and jellies. Monday of this week, a taste test was conducted. I'm not sure which groups won, but there were some good jams and jellies! On a more serious note, Mr. Moran's government class is scheduled to have a video conference with the governor and the executive director of the State Board of Education on Thursday of this week. The governor and executive director will each say a few words then will begin at 7:00. The students will be provided varsity volleyball team the opportunity-to ask will host the North- questions. South Titan Challenge on This week's activities Saturday beginning at 9:00. include football and Next week, our football volleyball with Horseshoe team will travel to Wilder Bend on Friday. The on Friday. The game is JV volleyball match is scheduled to begin at 4:06 scheduled to begin at 4:00 rather than 7:00 as printed with the varsity match to on our schedule. Wilder follow at approximately no longer has lights on 5:15. The football game their field. Seniors recognized BY LAURA PERKINS It is time, once again, to recognize our Council High School Seniors for all their achievements. Brandy Gibleau and Azucena Meza are the girls that we want to spotlight and say "thank you" for all their hard work. Azucena Meza, or Suzy to her friends and teammates, is the daughter of Rafael & Delores Meza. She has been involved in National Honor Society, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, and Softball in her four years at Council High School. After high school, she plans to go to college at Western Idaho for a career in dentistry. Suzy would like to thank her coaches for always being encouraging and always having positive outlooks. Brandy Gibleau is the daughter of James Gibleau and Karla Altman. Brandy has been involved in Cheerleading and Basketball during her time at Council High School. Her plans after high school include atten*ding TVCC for her first 2 years of college and then transferring to Southern Oregon University to study business marketing and graphic design. Brandy would like to thank her family and friends for always believing in her no matter what. She would also like to thank her cheer coach, Genevieve Byers, for everything that she has done the last couple of months. Lastly, Brandy would like to thank the student body of Council High School for making this year and past years memorable. Come show your. appreciation to these seniors on Friday, September 28, 2012, at 5:00 PM. Brandy Gibleau and Azucena Meza, Council High School Senior Athletes Council High School Student of the month Hannah Linford BY FRAN. OGDEN Council High School's Student of the month, Hannah Linford, is a superior stu- dent, talented musician, and a goal-oriented young person with high ide- als and a clear direction in her life. Hannah will graduate in May of 2013 and is cur- rently num- ber one in her class, while taking a highly academic college pre- paratory program. This year she is in Calculus, AP English, and college credit History. She has a 4.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale, and is a member in good standing in National Honor Society. As a talented vocalist and pianist who sings with several honor choirs, she has made her voice available for funerals and other community functions. She plays the piano, flute and violin. Her awards in the area of music are too lengthy to list here. She is also very busy with FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) and has served as an officer at the local, dis- trict, and state level: She has competed in STAR events in FCCLA at the district and state level. Her academic awards include ones in almost Would you like to WIN a Family Pass to all the CHS Lumberjack HOME Basketball Games? working at a camp where she coor- dinates art activities. Hannah is on the CHS academic competition team, and has been involved in the sports programs here. She has served in many capaci- ties as an officer on the student council. She is also very active in her church. Currently Hannah is directing a play for the elementary school chil- dren. Her long-term goal is to attend Brigham Young University and obtain a degree in com- munications. She is an outstanding example of what is right with American young people today. FOR EVERY LUMBERJACK TOUCHDOWN AND EVERY GAME WON BY THE LADY JACKS VOLLEYBALL TEAM, ENTERYOUR FAMILY'S NAME INTO THE DRAWING. COME TO THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD AT 108 ILLINOIS AVENUE TO GET YOUR ENTRIES INT0 THE DRAWING EACH WEEK. THEWINNERWILL BE DRAWN ATTHE LAST HOME FOOTBALL GAME ON OCTOBER 26TH. DO NOT NEEDTO BE PRESENTTOWIN! Example: The Lumberjacks scored 9 touchdowns last week and the Lady Jacks won 3 games, the Smith Family can enter 12 tickets into the drawing! BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE GOUIIGIL BOOITER CLUB AND THE ADAMI GOUNTY REGOID QUESTIONS? CALL 253-6961 demic area. I) She spends her summers TO in McCall,