The Timberwolves beat the Shelby Rising City Huskies 76 – 36 for their homecoming. The Timberwolves are now 3-0 on the season and will travel to Johnson-Brock next Friday night.
Exeter-Milligan Homecoming Court Sophomore Attendants Maitlyn Thomsen and Jarett Maxson, Princess and Prince Taylor Erdkamp and Jacob Kroll, Duke and Duchess Blake Papik and Jennifer Pribyl, King and Queen Robbie Androyna and Jackie Luzum, Junior Attendants Nate Oliva and Erica Yound and Freshman Attendants Janey Due and Jack Dinneen.
Exeter-Milligan Cheerleaders held the Homecoming Pep Rally to help the Timberwolf family get ready for Friday nights football game versus the Shelby Huskies. During the pep rally the senior girls made over the senior boy football players into cheerleaders and let the crowd decide who was the best cheerleader. The senior girls playing softball had to hit a t-ball while blindfolded to see who get hit a wiffle ball the farthest and the senior volleyball players had to serve while blindfolded. The Exeter-Milligan band played several numbers. The cheerleaders performed a dance number to end the pep rally
The Exeter G.F.W.C. Woman’s Club planted a rose just south of the Exeter Fire Hall downtown. Since it was planted the club has taken turns watering and caring for the rose. The red rose is the G.F.W.C. flower and was adopted in May of 1940 by the Milwaukie council. Club Member Reba Toothman shared the information along with the reason behind this particular rose. “In 2008 the current state president asked that we plant a red rose honoring our G.F.W.C. international president, Rose Ditto, in a visible public venue in our community.”
Despite hard soil, the club got the rose planted, Erma Adamson donated the beautiful heart shaped arbor behind it and it has flourished with the care that it has been given. Several times this summer the bush was loaded with blooms.