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Additional College Credit Plus Meeting, Thursday February 18 at 7pm in the DHS Library

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Cue the Lights

The Drama Dawgs presented the one act “Rest In Peace” by Pat Cook and was directed by Mrs. Robin Evans-DelCiappo. This play was set in present time in a hospital room where Horace played by Frank DelCiappo is an impatient man who comes to the hospital for a physical. After his nurse (Morgan McCune) gives him his medicine he falls into a deep nap. When he wakes up, he sees his wife Hazel (Allison Neuenschwander) with his doctor (James Kelly) walking into the room. When Horace tries to talk to them he notices they can’t hear or see him and he comes to the realization that he is dead. While Horace tries to figure out . . . read more

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Continuing the Tradition: Straight Outta Dalton

    December 21, 1891. That date is the one that started it all. On that day, the first jump ball was tossed up in the air and basketball was born. You might be wondering where this occurred and who actually came up with the game. Well, as a matter of fact, the game we all have come to know and love was created by James Naismith and first was played in none other than a YMCA gymnasium. Today, basketball is still a long-honored tradition within YMCAs all over the country and world. Many children, teenagers, and . . . read more

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A Sweet Night

The Dalton cake auctions has been a tradition for years now. This year it took place January 29 during halftime of both JV and varsity boys basketball games and also between the two games. The community comes to the game and can bid either on what cake they think looks best of the cake of the sport they wish to support. It is always great to see the huge turnout of people from the community willing to support Dalton’s athletics. Athletic teams get together and make a cake to raise make money for their sport. Some of the . . . read more

 
 

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