10 YEARS AGO
february 9, 2011
Marion Kiwanis Club will provide singing valentines Monday (Valentine’s Day). Crooners will be available to serenade those special valentines from 1 to 6 p.m. for $25 per person. Proceeds will be given to the Sesquicentennial Committee.
Following blowing snow and frigid temperatures this past week, residents found themselves digging out again Tuesday and today from another snowstorm. Forecasters are predicting at least 10 inches of snow today.
Marion High School candidates for homecoming queen are Donna Cady, Shayla Rahe, and Melissa Carlson. Candidates for king are Dillon Richmond, Les Riggs, and E.J. Obermeyer.
The 65th annual Marion County Conservation District meeting will be Feb. 19 at Eastmoor United Methodist Church. Two of the Banker Awards will go to Carol Ediger and family of Hillsboro and to LaVern and Joyce Funk, also of Hillsboro.
Marion Elementary School Principal Rod Garman was the lucky staff member chosen by Ginger Becker’s second grade class to kiss a pig. The second graders won the selection rights by bringing in the most food items during the MES food drive. The school collected 1,500 food items to be donated to the Marion County Emergency Food Bank.
The 2011 winter homecoming candidates at Centre High School are Allison Shields, Amanda Floyd, Tori Marler, Brian Burhoop, Adam Matz, and Tanner Brunner. Little helpers will be Brooklyn Smith and Ethan McIntrye.
January students of the month at Marion Elementary School are Carley Collett, Heidi Grimmett, Tori Boyd, Mckinnon Waner, Ariana Armstrong, Jake Hess, Ben Schneider, Hunter Helmer, Alissa Adams, Megan Bailey, Brianna Kline, Molly Hess, Logan Waner, and Cassie Meyer.
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