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Nine CCS students qualified for the FCCLA State Conference being held April 7 - 9 in Lincoln. Pictured front from left, are Alexis Richmond, Gabrielle Krutsinger, Jorja Dannar, Heather Stumpff, Delaney Krutsinger, back from left, are Tristen Stumpff, Adriana Gonzalez and Mercedes Peterson. Not pictured Mackenzie Soltis. (Courtesy photo)

Nine CCS students qualify for FCCLA State Conference

    The FCCLA State Conference will be held in Lincoln April 7 - 9.
    Nine Chase County Schools (CCS) high school students qualified to attend.

Vocal music students at Chase County Schools receiving Best of Class at the SPVA contest included, front from left, Morayah Cupp, Sophie Spady, Kamrie Dillan, Sophie Fiedler, Halle Fiedler, Sydnie Allen, Valerie Herbert, second from left, Delaney Krutsinger, Sydney Schilke, Adelaide Maxwell, Rylie Mintling, Brooklyn Christensen, Courtney Odens, Gabrielle Krutsinger, Virginia Kimble, back from left, Jozie Schilke, Keenan Cole, Stephen Johnson, Nickolas Rau, David Weiss, Nike Smith, Kaden Schilke and Lucy Spady. Not pictured—Tegan Towns. (Johnson Publications photo)

Instrumental music students at Chase County Schools who received Best of Class at the SPVA contest included, front from left, Megan Baird, Getsemani Hinojoza, David Weiss, back from left, Nickolas Rau, Morgan Peterson, Mercedes Peterson and Jozie Schilke. Not pictured—Elle O’Neil and LaReina Colton. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS musicians bring home 15 SPVA Best of Class titles

    Chase County again led the Best of Class winners at last week’s SPVA Conference music contest in Bridgeport.

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