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Thursday, September 27, 2018

posted Sep 26, 2018, 1:40 PM by Carla Guthrie

THE ALTON MOOSE is hosting Bikers Behind the Badges this Saturday and is looking for volunteers.  Students can volunteer anytime between 9 am and 11 pm and you don't need to stay the whole day so you can pick and choose times.  Mrs Robinson emailed out additional information about the event if you are interested.

GUEST forms for the Queen's Dance are due tomorrow by 11:25.

REPRESENTATIVES from the following colleges will be here on the following days:

MacMurray, tomorrow

University of Nebraska, October 1st

JUNIOR and SENIOR students interested in meeting with any of these representatives may obtain a pass from their guidance counselor.

JUNIORS:  The East Alton Rotary Scholarship applications are due today.  Late applications will not be accepted.

JUNIORS and Seniors:  The City of Wood River is hosting a community event this Saturday  in downtown Wood River. They need help with running booths and other tasks. They are needing 5-6 volunteers from 10:30 am until 4 pm.  If you volunteer you will need to meet at Riverbend Bounce 145 E Ferguson in downtown Wood River next to the post office. Juniors and seniors interested please sign up in the Attendance Center.

THE WR Fire Department is looking for volunteers for the annual Wood River Fish Fry at the Wood River Fire Department on Saturday, October 6th.  Shifts begin at 8:30 am and go in 2-hour increments until 7 pm. Stop by the Attendance Center to sign up.

STUDENTS- Mrs Robinson is needing volunteers for tonight's JFL game.  If you would like to help in the concession stand, take tickets, etc.,  please sign up in the attendance center. Shifts are from 5:30-7:30 pm, 7:30-9:30 pm.

THE Cheerleaders will be sponsoring the Queen’s Dance following Coronation on Saturday, October 6th and the cost is $5 per person and tickets are only sold at the door.  Please be sure to follow the handbook rules for dress code—no jeans and dresses/skirts must be at least finger tip in length. Please remember that this is a school event and students must conduct themselves in an appropriate manner when dancing.


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