Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan 5 Dec 2015
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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 5, 2015, Marshall, Michigan
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Gordon Elementary School students got a handeon experience of toe justice system in Calhoun County on Nov. 24. As part of their social studies curriculum, ttwd graia students visited toe Calhoun County Courthouse where they were given tours of toe bulking and had arl opportunity to hold their own mock trial. *We can toach them about it in the classroom, but when they see .it, it puts more errx)hasis on it and that’s when they re^ gist it.* said third grade teacher Tm Rupp.
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Catooun County 444 laimches campaign
Supporters of Calhoun County 4-H programs have the opportunity to double their personal support for 4-H t^ hetpirvg to ‘lyfaAe the Match for Calhoun County 4-H.'
' Calhoun County has set a goal of rming $20.000 locally whtch, if successful, will result in the county 4-H program qualifytng for a 1 ;t matdi from the Michigan 4-H Foundation of every dollar ratsed to buiW an erxtowment for 4-H programs in Calhoun^
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aroling- and crafts, choirs and caring - it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas everywhere you go. Some area students are practicing for holiday concerts and theatrical performance while others are getting a head start on making ornaments for the tree or gifts to be tucked away under its branches. Putting their creativity to work here are, from left, Jacob Contat,-Beckham Leach and Avery Tiernan, three students in Lisa Storey s first grade classroom at Walters Elementary School. See story on page 2
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