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School News: DCE High School Band; Catholic Daughters award winners

3:38 PM, Apr. 24, 2013  |  Comments
Catholic Daughters contest winners Elizabeth Kroening from left, Alyssa Kelnhofer, Peyton Timler and Linnea Svennes.
Catholic Daughters contest winners Elizabeth Kroening from left, Alyssa Kelnhofer, Peyton Timler and Linnea Svennes.
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D.C. Everest Senior High School

Band to play concert on 400 Block stage

At 7 p.m. May 22, the D.C. Everest High School Band will perform its second annual spring concert on The 400 Block stage. The show will feature concert bands from D.C. Everest with invigorating selections that are a culmination of the efforts of the students through the past nine months.

The event is free and open to the public with the familiar format people have come to enjoy throughout the summer months.

Newman Catholic Elementary School - St. Mark

Catholic Daughters winners announced

"Jesus Reflected in Me," was the theme for this year's Catholic Daughters of America education contest. Certificates and cash awards were presented to winning students at the group's April 15 meeting at St. Therese Parish.

Elizabeth Kroening won first place in state and local contests for her art entry. Her entry is now at the national level. Peyton Timler won second place for his art entry. Linnea Svennes won first place in the local contest for her computer art and a third place at the state level. Alyssa Kelnhofer won second place at both the local and state levels for her essay.

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