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Caleb Weiss, a 2018 CCS graduate, built a hunting blind in the advanced woodworking class this spring. (Courtesy photo)

Graduated senior Brady Gittlein made a dresser in the advanced woodworking class this spring. (Courtesy photo)

Graduated senior Eli Hinojosa made a podium for CCS teacher Carl Zuege in the advanced woodworking class this spring. (Courtesy photo)

CCS students show woodworking skills

    Students in the advanced woodworking class at Chase County Schools get to build a variety of projects.
    The past year, which wrapped up last week, was no exception.

Imperial Beef employees, Jake Thieszen, left, and Matt Jenkins, keep a close eye on the large number of rib-eyes they are cooking on one of two grills for CCS students and staff. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS junior high and high school students form an assembly line to put together each student’s plate. Servers, from left, are Matalie Wallin, Kendall Prior, Kamrie Dillan, Cole Wiest, Logan Mendenhall, Luke Nance and Markenna Terryberry. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kindergartener Hayden Fowler is enjoying her steak sandwich at the special lunch Monday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Imperial Beef treats Chase County Schools to grilled steak lunch

    Monday offered a special culinary treat for CCS students and staff.

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