It’s not often that a high school student gets a chance to be a part of a community project that involves building a handicap accessible home for a seven year old. But Lennox High School students are—as construction has begun on “A Home For Austin.” This story began years ago, when a local boy, Austin Shoppert, became sick in 2009 with a rare form of meningitis. He and his mother, Heather Coffee, were flown to Ohio where Austin underwent surgery to have all four of his limbs amputated in order to save his life. To read the entire article, please subscribe.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — Santa Day on Monday
The decorations are up and Lennox Commercial Club is busy preparing for the annual Santa Day in Lennox. The event will be held on Monday, Dec. 2 at the LWC Middle School Cafetorium. To read the entire article, please subscribe.
Signs near Tea create stir
Signs that read “Potential site for Lennox School District School” have been placed across the road to the west of the Tea Area High School. Lennox School District Superintendent Robert Mayer assures that the district is not contemplating a school in that location. To read the entire article, please subscribe.
Also in this issue:
• Santa Day schedule • American Profile magazine • Eastern SD Peach
Football fans, check out this year's football contest at www.sd.proexpertsclub.com. Weekly prizes awarded, grand prize is a 42 inch TV! Congratulations to our week 12 winner, John Pien!
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