Dec. 1 Winter Social offers free entertainment, class favorite announcements

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Dec. 1 Winter Social offers free entertainment, class favorite announcements

The sophomore class officers will decorate for Saturday's Winter Social.

The sophomore class officers will decorate for Saturday's Winter Social.

Erin Sheffield

The sophomore class officers will decorate for Saturday's Winter Social.

Erin Sheffield

Erin Sheffield

The sophomore class officers will decorate for Saturday's Winter Social.

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Students are invited to attend the annual Winter Social at the Cole Community Center Saturday, Dec. 1 from 8 p.m.-11 p.m.

The dance will include the announcement of class favorites and Mr. and Mrs. CHS at 10 p.m. Voting for class favorites and Mr. and Mrs. CHS is open in each class’s respective Google Classroom until the end of school Friday. The social is hosted by the class sponsors and officers.

“We’ve heard lots of kids say they wish we had homecoming, they wish we had a Silver Ball like Randall does, they wish we had more dances,” sophomore class sponsor Kimberly Sharber said. “If we can get kids to come to the dances we do have, hopefully, we can have more. Last year, we had roughly 60 students. My goal this year is that we have 250.”

Those attending must present their student IDs to enter, but attendance, cookies and drinks are free.

If we can get kids to come to the dances we do have, hopefully, we can have more.”

— Kimberly Sharber, class sponsor

“There’s nowhere to pay for anything,” Sharber said. “Cookies are free. Drinks are free. We have some photo backdrops to take some good friend pictures. The school pays for the DJ. You can sit and hang out and listen to the music and dance.”

Sharber said students come from the junior high’s four to six dances per year and split off in high school.

“You get to high school, and you start breaking off into ag, and you start breaking off into track,” Sharber said. “I love having opportunities where everybody gets to come together, and it’s not celebrating one art or one sport. It’s getting together because we’re all Eagles.”

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