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Friday, September 25, 2015
Exeter-Milligan Writing update by Shelli Mueller
Ms. Casey Pohl (3rd grade teacher) and Mrs. Shelli Mueller (4th grade teacher) have combined their knowledge and classes to teach writing this year. The students pair and work together on the elements of writing and utilize the 6 traits of writing. According to Mrs. Mueller, “It is great having both the third and fourth graders in one room, pairing up and working together.”
Students in Mr. Jordan Marr’s world dance class at Exeter-Milligan are “shaking off” the mid-week blues dancing to Taylor Swift. Students in the class learn various dances such as the Viennese Waltz, American Foxtrot, Cha-Cha, Salsa, Swing, and more. In the foreground are Ella Wilkins, Andrew Hansen, Jack Dinneen, Janey Due. Dancing in back are Sydney Hall, Johnathon Mounce, Brayden Olsen, Joan Strate, Hunter Worrell, & Katie Skinner.
The American Legion Home was purchased in Exeter by returning WWII and Korean War veterans in 1954. This facility has served the community well, providing a place for family celebrations, funeral dinners, alumni activities, wedding receptions, Cub Scout and Boy Scout activities and many other opportunities. The community of Exeter has supported keeping the Legion Home in good repair.
However, building maintenance does not take a holiday especially after last year’s violent weather. The Legion Home’s roof was showing wear and it became apparent it would need extensive repairs. Rather than patch several spots, which would have been a short term solution, the Legion members decided to cover the roof with a membrane to provide long term protection.
The roof repair was expensive but in order to serve the community for many more years it was essential. A fund account has been established at Generations Bank for building maintenance and to finish payment of the roof repairs.