The woman from Tri-County approached them with a couple of goody bags, just to say thanks for the great broadcasts.
Members of the Lindsay Holy Family One-Act team placed third at districts Dec. 2. Pictured are, front row, left to right, Caleb Preister, Daisy Korus, Nicole Wojcik, Blair Korth. Not Pictured: Paige Beller and Owen Kurtenbach. Middle row, Vitoria Wiese, Nicholas Stock, Matthew Gleeson, Seth Wiese, Grace Preister, Chelsa Reardon, Ivy Korus and Kristin Catterson. Back row, Kellen Herchenbach, Camron Reichmuth, Cole Preister, Clara Preister, Chloie Korth and Cassie Pfeifer. Not pictured are Paige Beller and Owen Kurtenbach. Courtesy photos
Pictured during a scene, left to right, are Caleb Preister, Nicole Wojcik, Daisy Korus, Seth Wiese, Chelsa Reardon, Paige Beller and Blair Korth.
Presenting a scene from “The Silence of Mother Dear” front row, Nicole Wojcik and Blair Korth. Back row, Paige Beller, Chelsa Reardon. Middle Row: Seth Wiese, Daisy Korus, Grace Preister, Matthew Gleeson and Caleb Preister.
The Holy Family fourth graders combined learning with a fun trip to a downtown business. After learning about entrepreneurs the fourth graders walked down to the Farmer's Wife Boutique and Coffee Shop, where Briana Sueper the owner of the shop talked to them about opening a new business and being an entrepreneur. They ended their visit by each sampling a fun drink she had at her coffee shop. Pictured, front row, left to right, Kinsey Wiese, Brielle Wiese, Zoey Hall, and owner Briana Sueper. Back row, Connor Klassen, Breckin Weeder, Alex Preister and Nolan Klassen. Courtesy photo
On Dec. 2, Lindsay Holy Family received third place in the Class D-2 District competition. The team received Superior rankings in their performance of the play “The Silence of Mother Dear” while competing against seven other schools at Leigh High School.
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Dani Bayer, a registered nurse at Columbus Community Hospital, puts on personal protective equipment Nov. 19 before entering the room of a COVID-19 patient. CCH photos
Janet Eisenmenger, a medical lab technician at Columbus Community Hospital, works in the laboratory on Nov. 17. Eisenmenger is the microbiology supervisor and has had the responsibility of implementing COVID-19 testing at the hospital during the pandemic.
Frustrated and fatigued are two words that health care workers use to describe how they are feeling as COVID-19 cases surge.
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