Letter to the Editor,
Citizens for Decency Lincoln County, Inc. would like to thank all those who participated in our Essay Contest, “It’s Okay to Keep It Clean – What is Said, Heard, Read, Worn and Seen,” held in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of our organization. Thank you to all of the teachers, principals, students and parents who took the time to make the contest a success.
Contest winners in the middle school category were: First Place, Grace Hagemeister, 8th Grade, Home School; Second Place, Abigail Hagemeister, 7th Grade, Home School; Third Place, Callen Hoeppner, 6th Grade, Prairie River Middle School. Winners at the high school level were: First Place, Emily Weix, 9th Grade, Merrill High School; and Second Place, Elizabeth Weix, 11th Grade, Merrill High School. Congratulations to the winners and to everyone for a job well done.
CDLC also wishes to thank those who attended or were a part of making the 2015 WRAP event happen at the AmericInn in November. Thank you for your support and continuing interest in CDLC.
Board of Directors
Citizens for Decency
Lincoln County, Inc.
The Merrill Varsity Cheer and Dance Teams would like to send a huge THANK YOU to Culver’s Restaurant and their outstanding Staff. Culver’s generously donated 10% of the proceeds received on Thursday, Nov 19 to the Team. Without their support, the Cheer/Dance Team would not be able to continue the school spirit tradition. The Team appreciates the support from Culver’s and the community. Go Bluejays!
Representative for all proud parents of MHS Varsity Dancers