Saturday, April 25, 2015

Exeter Cub Scouts Participate in District Pinewood Derby

Cub Scouts in the Prairie Winds District participated in the District Pinewood Derby on Saturday, April 18th.  Hosts for the event were Pack 241 out of Stromsburg.  Over 50 scouts brought their cars to race or show at the event.  There were trophies given in the race class for each rank and in the three divisions for show.  There was also a trophy given for the fastest car and the best overall car in the show division. The event was held at Cross County High School just south of Stromsburg.

Above-  Exeter Pack 218 Scouts who participated in the District Pinewood Derby at Cross County High School were from the left: Josh Meyer (race- 4th place in the Bear Division), Mikey Bartu (show), and Ben Bartu (show).

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Winners in the show portion of the District Pinewood Derby at Cross County High School are pictured from the left:  Most Unusual Car Nolan Eickhoff of Milford Pack 290, Best overall Matthew Hoops of Utica Pack 180, Most Commercial Mikey Bartu, Exeter Pack 218 and Most Realistic Ben Bartu, Exeter Pack 218.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Exeter-Milligan-Friend Trap Club

Front row from the left:  Mel Anne McCoy, Trevor Zelenka, Blaze Miller, Peyton Pribyl, Ben Bartu, Max Zeleny. 
Second row from the left: Broc Stueben, Kaden Bristol, Noah Lambercht, Jaiden Papik, Sidney Steyer, Bailey Stueben, Blake Stueben, Derek Axline, Kirby Soukup, Spencer Papik, Joey Bartu, CoreyAude , Samuele Colombo, Josh Garner, Coach Justin Harre.
Third row from the left: Coach John Steyer, Ryan Sharp, Trevor Naber, Brayden Olsen, Brody Garner, Broc Mueller, Hunter Worrell, Tara Mueller
Back row from the left:  Isaac Melton, Karmen Browitt, Catie Hornbacker, Zane McCoy, Zac Hornbacker, Tommy McCoy, Evan True, Spencer Pribyl, Peytan Brandt, Kate Jansky, Seth Norquest, Shayla Miller.
Not pictured: Trystan Brandt and Coach Lisa Soukup

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Exeter-Milligan Jr.Sr. High Presents Spring Concert

 The Exeter-Milligan Jr High Choir.

Performing a beautiful flute duet of “Fox Fire,” are from the left Tara Mueller, Alexis Uldrich, Ella Wilkins and Jordyn Brandt.

The Women’s Trio of Alexis Uldrich, Katie Moody and Ella Wilkins performed “The Colors of My Life,” at the Exeter-Milligan Junior-Senior High Spring Contest.

The Exeter-Milligan 7 – 12 Choir performs, “Fill The Night With Singing.”

 The Exeter-Milligan Jazz Band performed "Mony, Mony."

Trystan BrandtAmber Pribyl and Mitchell Manning on their trumpets during the band’s performance of “Declaration Overture.”

Patrons of the arts were treated to show on Monday night April 20th in the Exeter-Milligan gym in Exeter.
The Junior and Senior High music students performed a pre-contest concert.  The evening began with the Junior High Choir performing three numbers including “That’s What The Devil Said,” “I Am But A Small Voice,” and “Cripple Creek.”

Next there were a number of group performances included a flute quartet (Tara Mueller, Alexis Uldrich, Ella Wilkins and Jordyn Brandt), a French Horn Quartet (Samantha Horne, Haylee Sheffield, Caitlin Murphy and Josie Kresak.

The Exeter-Milligan vocal performances included a Women’s trio of Alexis Uldrich, Katie Moody and Ella Wilkins who performed “The Colors of My Life,” and the Sophomore Girls Ensemble who performed “The River Sleeps Beneath The Sky.”

The 7 – 12 Women’s Chorus performed a beautiful rendition of Coming Home and then the full 7 – 12 Choir performed “Fill The Night With Singing.”

The jazz band took the stage first performing “Mony, Mony” and then the full Junior-Senior High Band combined to play “Bandology,” “Declaration Overture,” which included a trumpet solo by Trystan Brandt and as their director, Mrs. Angie Murphy explained, “a fun number,” “Elvira.”

After a brief break after the main group performances all of the students who would be performing a solo, instrumental or vocal at the district music contest on Thursday performed their pieces in the gym and the band room.

Before the evenings performances the students were treated to a pizza supper by the Arts Boosters.