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Fourth graders who traveled to York to attend the state’s Tree City USA awards program presented the city’s 33rd flag to Mayor Dwight Coleman. The youths include, from left, Jackson Cyboron, Anna Aragon and Odessa Zadina. (Johnson Publications photo)

Fourth graders accept city’s 33rd Tree City USA recognition

Monday’s Imperial city council meeting opened with a youthful tone as three fourth graders from Chase County Schools reported on their experiences accepting the city’s Tree City USA award in April.

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CCS’ 9th St. Singers received a superior rating at the district music contest last week, as well as their 22nd consecutive NSAA plaque. (Johnson Publications photo).

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CCS mixed choir received a superior at the district music contest last week. (Johnson Publications photo).

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CCS senior Amber Stumpff received superiors on both her clarinet and saxophone solos at the district music contest last week. (Johnson Publications photo).

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CCS’ Simply Jazz received an excellent rating at the district music contest last week. (Johnson Publications photo).

Chase County students rack up district music awards

    Chase County Schools hosted the 5 West District Music Contest last Friday.
    Including CCS, 11 schools competed in vocal and band events.

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