Valentine's Homecoming Events Scheduled
Friday, 12 September 2014 10:58
Valentine High School’s Homecoming will be Friday, September 26th. The theme this year is “Welcome to the Jungle.” Monday will be Dress in Animal Print, Tuesday will be Survivor Day. Wednesday there is no school due to School Improvement meetings. Thursday is Class Colors day, Freshman wear Yellow, Sophomores wear Brown, Juniors wear Blue, and Seniors dress in Green. Staff will dress in Orange. Friday is Spirit Day.
The parade will be Friday at 2:30 p.m., therefore students will be dismissed at 2:00 p.m. While the school encourages all students to take part in some fashion in the parade and pep rally, it is not mandatory. The parade route will start at Cedar Canyon Restaurant and the Main Street intersection as it traditionally has; the parade route will go down Main Street, turn on 5th street, and continue to the high school parking lot, The pep rally will be held in the high school grand stands. Anyone wishing to leave floats, banners, or any other Homecoming items in the parking lot or around the football complex so they can be viewed at the football game that evening is welcome to do so. Anyone interested in taking part in the parade should pick up an entry form from the High School or KVSH Radio. Varsity Football will take on the Ord Chanticleers at 7:00 p.m.
The Homecoming Dance will be held on the floor in the high school gym starting shortly after the football game and ending at 12:00 a.m. The doors to the dance will remain open 1 hour after the conclusion of the football game and will be one-way. Once any student leaves the dance at any time, they will not be allowed to return. Admission to the dance is $5.00 per person.
Crowning of King & Queen will be during the half time of the football game. Queen candidates are: Sophie Lopez, daughter of Kent & Beth Lopez, Payton Sandoz, daughter of Kent Sandoz and Shari Sandoz, & Madison Kelber, daughter of Jason & Renee Kelber. King Candidates are: Brooks Coleman, son of Lonnie & Renae Coleman, Jacob Hand, son of Tim and Jo Hand, Gunnar Hitchcock, son of Wes & Candace Hitchcock.
2014 Nebraska 4-H State Fair Results
Thursday, 11 September 2014 15:48
Special State Fair 4-H Exhibitor ribbons were placed on those items entered in the Cherry County Fair that the judges selected to advance to the Nebraska State Fair.
Results from judging at the 2014 State Fair in Grand Island are as follows: Brennann Jackson,You’re The Chef, Specialty Rolls,purple: Katelynn Jackson,Foodworks,Specialty Pastry,blue; Gage Krolikowski,Taxidermy,Taxidermy,purple; Tessa Krolikowski,Food Preservation,Jelled Exhibit,blue; Cody Kronhofman,Tasty Tidbits,Creative Mixes,red; Forrest Schmidt,Horticulture,Salad Tomatoes,purple; Chet Tetherow,Horticulture,Snap Beans,blue; Chet Tetherow,Welding,Welding Article,blue.
Sarah Shelbourn represented Cherry County 4-H as the State Fair Stylist. She received a blue ribbon in the Fashion Show, modeling a dress in the Clothing II project area.
In 4-H Beef competition, Fletcher Larsen received a purple ribbon for Market Beef in the Market Heifer class, a purple ribbon for Simmental Breeding Beef in the Simmental Yearlings Class, and a purple ribbon for Intermediate Beef Showmanship.
These young people did an excellent job of representing Cherry County’s 4-H program and serve as an example of the positive results that can be achieved by quality completion of a 4-H project.