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“Escanaba In Love” This Weekend


Kettle Moraine Players will present Escanaba in Love by Jeff Daniels, the prequel to Escanaba in da Moonlight, this weekend at the Lang Auditorium in Campbellsport High School. The performances are Friday, Oct. 3, and Saturday, Oct. 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m.
For more information and to see some photos, check out this week’s Campbellsport News.

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 Campbellsport High School celebrated its Homecoming last week with many fun events like dress-up days, Powder Puff football, Macho Man volleyball, a pep rally, the Homecoming parade, and it all culminated with the Homecoming dance on Saturday night, Sept. 27. It was a great week for everyone. Reigning over the activities all week were court members, front from left, Elicia Engel, Brooke Birschbach, Nicole Hepp, Queen Kailynn Doyle, Abby Gierach, Princess Alice Malloy, Ashley Olson, Halle Walsh; back row, Alex Costello, Shaun Beisbier, Jack Adams, King Aaron Hepp, Tyler Gassner, Prince Casey Ruplinger, Kyle Galligan and Ty Schmidt.
-photo by Andrea Hansen Abler


 

Community Survey Seeks Input On Facilities Plan


The Campbellsport School District Board of Education, working with various community members, is seeking wide community input into a proposed Campbellsport Middle-High School building plan. The building plan survey is being mailed to all households in the district. The survey will be open September 25-October 15.
For more information on this, check out this week’s Campbellsport News on newsstands now. .

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These sections include the high school sports section, high school graduation section, a spring and fall visitor section, a bridal section, March Mania, Spring Spectacular, Dynamite Deals, Holiday Kick-Off and Christmas Greetings.

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