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Photos from A Very Neenah Christmas

Photos from A Very Neenah Christmas

Kiara Vanden Langenberg, Staff Photographer
December 5, 2016
Filed under Community, News

A Very Neenah Christmas Returns For the 18th Year With Much Anticipation

A Very Neenah Christmas Returns For the 18th Year With Much Anticipation

Charley Hrobsky, Editor-in-Chief
November 30, 2016
Filed under Community, News, Showcase

A Very Neenah Christmas annual event returns to downtown Neenah's streets Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. The event started in 1998, according to Pamela Barnes, Future Neenah Events Coordinator, when one business owner brought up the idea of hosting a live-mannequin display. Year after year since the first... Read more »

Culinary Students Bake Pies for Neenah Community Table

Culinary Students Bake Pies for Neenah Community Table

Kyle Jahnke, Student of Journalism
November 14, 2016
Filed under Community, News, Showcase

Baking pies permeated the kitchen used by NHS Culinary Arts students on Oct. 27 when they made pies for the Neenah Community Table. Culinary Arts teacher Mrs. Deb Garbe shared that she had around 125 students work together and make pies to help out the community.  Garbe explained the objective of... Read more »

Project Based Learning “Humans of Neenah” Project Showcases Community

Project Based Learning “Humans of Neenah” Project Showcases Community

April 6, 2016
Filed under Classroom, Community, News

via Tara Meinke, Suzy Weisgerber, Gregg Goers, Emily Bennett, and Lynn Heyn Students in the NHS Arete PBL program have been running a weekly Humans of Neenah article this past year on their website humansofneenaharete.weebly.com, on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HumansOfNeenah/ , an... Read more »

Press Release: Think Before You Drink

Press Release: Think Before You Drink

April 6, 2016
Filed under Community, News

via Wisconsin Department of Health Services The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) urges all state residents to take time to self-examine their drinking habits. April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a national observance to increase understanding of alcohol use problems, treatment, and recovery. “Alcohol is the most commonly abused d... Read more »

Video: Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Features Area High School Art

Video: Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Features Area High School Art

Marissa Hart, Staff Reporter
March 20, 2016
Filed under Community, News, Showcase

Visit the Bergstrom Mahler Museum website here: bmmglass.com

Video: Neenah School Board Candidate Forum

February 8, 2016
Filed under Community, News

Video of the Neenah School Board Candidate Forum, which was sponsored by the League of Women Voters and held Feb. 3, at the Neenah Public Library in the Shattuck Room. A primary will be held on Feb. 16, narrowing the field down from seven to six candidates. With the election on April 5, granting three of the candidates ... Read more »

An Evening at the Cotton Club

An Evening at the Cotton Club

Kiara Vanden Langenberg, Staff Photographer
January 20, 2016
Filed under Community, News, School, Showcase

Last Saturday (Jan. 16)  about 200 people, students and adults alike, poured into the high school cafeteria to engage in an evening filled with swing dancing and jazz music. The night was modeled from the legendary New York Cotton Club, a roaring nightspot in the Harlem district that opened in 192... Read more »

Classic Community Event: “A Very Neenah Christmas”

Maddie Horwath, Staff Writer
December 7, 2015
Filed under Community, News, Uncategorized

One of Neenah’s favorite events, "A Very Neenah Christmas," was this past Friday (Dec. 4). The magical night was filled with activities for all ages. There was dancing, caroling, and so much more! A highly favored event that most everyone likes is the live mannequin event. Freshman Emily Pirwi... Read more »

Veterans Day Assembly Hits Home

Veterans Day Assembly Hits Home

Ksenya Seager, Photography Editor
November 22, 2015
Filed under Community, News, Showcase

Veterans day assembly brought a new chapter to NHS, and it honored the citizens who have gave the most to this country. Not only did the assembly showcase the memorial created by students and teachers, it also included pieces by advanced band and choir students to honor the many veterans in attendance.... Read more »

Helping Hands Craft Fair is Back for the Eighth Year

Helping Hands Craft Fair is Back for the Eighth Year

Charley Hrobsky, Editorial Editor
November 4, 2015
Filed under Community, News, Showcase

The Helping Hands Craft Fair takes place in the Ron Einerson Fieldhouse on Nov. 7 beginning at 9 a.m. and ending at 3 p.m., according to Señora Shelley Aaholm, event coordinator.  With an admission fee of $2 per person, the 110 vendor event features a variety of items for sale with net profits tow... Read more »

Banned Books Week Promotes Freedom to Read

Banned Books Week Promotes Freedom to Read

Charley Hrobsky, Editorial Editor
September 30, 2015
Filed under Community, News

The week of Sept. 27 to Oct. 3 is set aside, not only for Neenah’s Homecoming Week, but also Banned Books Week. This year’s Banned Books Week is focusing specifically on challenged books in the young adult fiction genre, which is one of the most common areas for books to get challenged and banned... Read more »

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