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Gresham summer school class takes to the outdoors

Leader Correspondent

GRESHAM Phy Ed teacher Ron Schmidt gave his summer school students a host of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors and learn some pretty important lessons along the way.

"I taught them to respect the land and all the people who made it possible to go so many places," he said.

Students in fifth through eighth grades in Schmidt's Outdoor Skills class traveled by water in rafts, canoes, boats, and pontoons, throughout the six-week course.

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16
Jul

Hatley man dies from apparent hit and run

A Hatley man was killed over the weekend the apparent victim of a motor vehicle hit and run accident.

Shawano County Sheriff's Department deputies report a couple taking an early morning walk Sunday when they found the body of 30-year-old Richard J. Carlson at about 5:13 a.m. lying in the road in the Village of Eland.

According to a sheriff's department news release, Carlson was found dead on Hemlock Street about one-tenth of a mile west of Fourth Street. It appeared he had been struck by a vehicle while he was walking along Fourth Street.

Sat
15
Jul

Brewers drop another one to Royals

AP Sports Writer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Joe Randa and Todd Dunwoody drove in two runs apiece, enabling Jeff Suppan to get his first win since May 24 with a 7-4 victory over Milwaukee on Saturday night.

Suppan (3-6), winless in a span of seven starts and two relief appearances, was relieved by Ricky Bottalico after giving up a one-out double to Geoff Jenkins and a single to Jeromy Burnitz in the eighth.

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15
Jul

Dieck more than ready for trip to France

Leader Reporter

About this time next year, Tim Dieck of Shawano will be returning from a very special trip.

The 16-year-old Shawano Community High School student will be coming back from spending the past 10 months in France.

Although he only has had two years of high school French and this will be his first trip across the ocean, Dieck is more than excited about this experience.

"I am elated I am going to France," he said. "I'm ready to leave tomorrow if I have to."

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15
Jul

Summer school class to present music of past 100 years

Leader Reporter

The end of one century and the start of another only means one thing for the Creative Arts and Theatre students this summer a review of the last century in music.

This year's summer school class will present their program C.A.T.S. Off to a New Millennium Thursday and Friday night at 7 p.m. at the Shawano Community High School auditorium. Admission is free.

With a retrospective look at the last 100 years of music, director Jane Wallukait guaranteed "a fun-filled evening for all ages."

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