Clearview October Newsletter 2016
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Observing Red Ribbon Week, a national campaign focusing on drug awareness, Clearview Elementary School held an assembly on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Buildings throughout the School District of Washington recognized Red Ribbon Week.
Clearview Elementary students heard from guest speakers about the importance of saying no to drugs. Speaking were:
Doug Tollison, Washington Police Officer and School Resource Officer. Also on hand was Mindy Schmelz from the Washington Police Department.
Eric Dobelmann, representing the Washington Elks (sponsoring Red Ribbon Week). He works for Gateway Drug Screening and the Franklin County Narcotics Enforcement Unit. Also on hand was Barb Delleart of the Washington Elks.
David Hoven, Franklin County Associate Circuit Judge.
Representing the Washington High School softball team were head coach Phil King and current players Libbie Harrison, Grace Evans, Nichole Brinker and Taylor Hendrix.
Photos from the Red Ribbon Week assembly at Clearview Elementary are below.
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile visited Washington High School on Thursday, Oct. 27.
The traveling vision care center was open to all students in the School District of Washington who signed up for it. A total of 57 students district wide registered.
Eye technicians and optometrists were on hand to meet with the students and give free eye exams, along with free frames to those who needed them.
All Ronald McDonald Care Mobile services are provided in a 40-foot long, 8-foot wide, state-of-the-art vehicle built specifically for delivering pediatric health care services. Each vehicle, which ultimately costs around $500,000 to get on the road, includes two patient examination rooms, a laboratory, and reception and medical records areas.
Photos from the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile are below.
The Clearview Elementary PTSO will hold its 11th Annual Dinner Auction on Friday, Nov. 4, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Washington.
The event is for adults only. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 6 pm.
There will be both silent and live auctions and live music (Tall Poppies).
Among the items up for auction are a private plane ride for two, three nights at Westgate Las Vegas Hilton, a KMOV tour with Emily Rau, a chartered bus ride to wineries, a birthday party at Firehouse and half hog with processing.
The cost is $45 per person, which includes admission and dinner.
All the proceeds go toward a new walking track and field at Clearview Elementary.
Advanced ticket purchases are required by Oct. 28. They are available in the Clearview Elementary office.
For more information, email ClearviewPTSO@yahoo.com or call Kristin Straatmann at 636-667-2831.
Union Pacific's “Living Legend” No. 844 steam locomotive will travel more than 1,200 miles one-way to celebrate the Oct. 22 opening of Big River Crossing in Memphis, Tennessee. The trek is the first multi-state venture since the locomotive's three-year restoration.
No. 844 traversed Union Pacific's main line through Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee beginning Oct. 13. Brief stops were scheduled throughout the 19-day round trip journey.
The “Living Legend” made a 15-minute stop at the Washington train depot on Front Street on Tuesday morning, Oct. 18.
A large crowd of spectators was on hand to see the steam locomotive.
Photos of the “Living Legend” No. 844 in Washington are below.
Click on the attached links below for videos, the schedule and more information on the Union Pacific's “Living Legend” No. 844 steam locomotive.
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