Archive for: November, 2017

History of Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving has been around for a long time. In November of 1621 is when the first unofficial Thanksgiving was. William Bradford decided after the first harvest that the Pilgrims would have a feast. The feast is unclear about what was on the menu, but there are records of five deer being hunted and used. In […]

Mrs. Spangler…One Who Was There For Us All

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When growing up as a child, you would always wish to be in Mr. Spangler´s class. One reason you always wanted to go into Mr. Spangler’s  is to see his loving and adoring mother Mrs. Spangler, pictured above. She was born on November 17, 1932, in Dayton, Ohio. She has been coming to school for 19 […]

Leipsic Boys Basketball

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Leipsic basketball in past years has had a lot of success in the way they played under head coach Scott Maag. Now with second-year head coach Chris Kuhlman, the Vikings look to continue their success. Although the team graduated 7 seniors last year and has only 4 returning letterman from last year, the Vikings look […]

It’s Black Friday!

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Ahhhhhh, it’s that time of year again. It is time for parents and older siblings to go Black Friday shopping at stores all over. Black Friday is November 24, 2017, also called, “The Day After Thanksgiving.” Why is it called Black Friday? Black Friday is called this because of the fact that so many people […]

Russian Nutcracker

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The Christmas tale of the Russian Nutcracker starts out at a family party when Uncle Drosselmeyer is handing out presents.  Everyone gets a gift except the daughter, Masha.  At the end of the party, she asks her uncle where her gift is, and he hands her a wonderful Nutcracker toy.  She absolutely falls in love with it […]

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