Thursday, May 28, 2020

Throwback Thursday Week of May 25, 2010

May 25, 2010

Exeter-Milligan students at the Exeter site with perfect attendance for the 2009-2010 school year: Jaiden Papik (1stGrade) and Caitlin Murphy (2nd Grade).
Exeter-Milligan students at the Milligan site with perfect attendance for the 2009-2010 school year: Patrick Murphy (5th Grade) and Mitchell Manning (4th Grade).

Exeter-Milligan Track students found some success in Omaha over the weekend at the State Track meet. They medaled in seven categories with the boys taking individual event medals, and the girls picking up several medals in the relays and an individual medal.

Congratulations to Shane Manning who took the gold medal in Class D State Pole Vault with a 13'2" vault.

Ryan Harre took home a pair of bronze medals in the 100 Meter at 11.253 and the 200 Meter at 23.311 .

The 1600 Meter relay team of Taylor Erdkamp, Mariah Bigelow, Heather Pribyl and Jennifer Pribyl took 7th place with a time of 4:21.148

The 3200 Meter Relay team of Heather Pribyl, Taylor Erdkamp, Alicia Bigelow and Jennifer Pribyl took 4th with a time of 10:15.804 .

Jennifer Pribyl also picked up 5th place in the 800 Meter run with a time of 2:27.244.

The Exeter Village Board in conjunction with the Exeter Chamber of Commerce held a drawing you to win the opportunity to slide down the new slide FIRST!!! Vicki Androyna won the drawing.

The Exeter Alumni Banquet hosted by the class of 2000 was well attended Saturday evening. The Class of 2000 President Mitchell Schlegelmilch welcomed the group. The class of 2010 was well-represented and introduced by class president Charlotte Andreasen.

The Exeter American Legion Post 218 presented their annual Memorial Day program on Monday at 10:00 a.m.  After the presentation of the flags by the Legion members assisted by Army National Guard Members Jason and Lacey Hood (granddaughter and her husband of Terry and Elaine Salyer of Exeter) Bob Dumpert, master of ceremonies presided. Exeter-Milligan senior class President Charlotte Andreasen read the Gettysburg Address followed by Travis Yound reading In Flanders Field. Tim Wilbeck spoke.

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