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1925 School Tradition Continues

DCHS Journalism

Jillian Peters

October 27, 2016

The 92nd annual Halloween Clean-Up was on Monday, October 26. Students in grades 5-12 helped keep this tradition alive by raking 27 yards, including the Decatur County Museum grounds.

The high school teachers voted on five seniors to be the captains, and the students in grades 7-12 then voted on the general from the selected five. This year the teachers chose Quinton Cook, Tabor Erickson, Jeff Juenemann, Luke Koerperich and Jillian Peters. The students chose Jeff to be their general.

Quinton was the captain of the seniors and 8th graders, and Luke was with the juniors and 7th graders. Tabor was the captain of the sophomores and 6th graders, and Jillian was with the freshmen and 5th graders.

It is a tradition that the captains chose teachers to help drive the trucks and keep the students working, but the students are the ones in charge of the event.

All of the groups worked very hard and had lots of fun continuing yet another great Decatur Community High School tradition.

Pictures by Madison Macfee and Keitra Klima  (Click on images to see more pictures.)

1925 School Tradition Continues

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