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News for 2/6/2019


TRMS Teams Named PTL Tournament Champs!

Congratulations to both the girls and boys teams and their coaches for an awesome season and being named PTL Tournament Champions this past weekend in Osborne. The tournament standing came down to both Thunder Ridge boys and girls facing the Osborne boys and girls teams for the championship. The games were close and very competitive, but the Longhorns came out on top. The TR boys held an undefeated season record while the girls went 12 wins and 3 loses.


Back row (l-r): Coach Lance Nelson, Trinity Coomes, Allison Rhea, Teaghan Hendryx, Starla Cochrun, Toree Slavik, Sydni Rust, Alexis Holling, Asst Coach Amy Abbott. Front row (l-r): Kamryn Rietzke, Madison Brown, Brooklyn Stauffer, Gianna Hoersdig, Jennifer Cochrun, Erinn Clements, Jenna Barnes.


Back row (l-r): Asst Coach Blake Kirchhoff, Dalton Bice, Dylan Bice, Kaleb Wagenblast, Brian Shaw, Jace Randall, Austin Barnes, Coach BJ Westbrook. Front row (l-r): Zach Barnes, Hunter Gitchel, Joshua Ferguson, Mason Baker, Bryant Krueger, Jimmy Gower.

TR School News

Medium Rare -Thunder Ridge High School will be having their High School Play Saturday, February 16 at 7:00 pm, and Sunday, February 17 at 5:00 pm at the TR Middle School Auditorium in Agra. This year they will perform “Medium Rare” by Steve Hogue, produced by Pioneer Drama Service.

Play synopsis: Here’s an uproarious farce about a very special problem encountered by new homeowners. Harry and Bunny Polk get more than they bargain for when they move into their house: Grandma Nina, a demanding and nerve-racking old lady, has decided to stay in the house after the rest of her family sells it and moves away! The fun begins at dinner that night, when Grandma orders a medium rare burger done just the way she likes it. In the next few days, Grandma holds a meeting of her Early Birds Club at 6:00 in the morning, entertains an octogenarian friend, and almost gets Harry fired from his job.

It’s a fun filled comedy you don’t want to miss.

TRMS Library is Dyno-mite! -Be on the lookout for dinosaur tracks! The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to the middle school March 4-7. Also, the Thunder Ridge Middle School is proud to announce we received a $135.00 grant from Central Kansas Library System (CKLS) Facilities Grant with matching funds of $135.00 from USD 110/Thunder Ridge School. This grant was designated to buy a colored printer for the Middle School Library. We have purchased the printer and it has been installed. Much thanks to CKLS for this opportunity.


Thunder Ridge high school students participated with other students from North Central Kansas in the youth for music program in Concordia, Ks on February 2. Band and choir students rehearsed all day and performed a concert in the Brown Grand Theatre Saturday evening.

TR Activities/Game Dates

FEBRUARY

Wed. 6- KAY Unit Conference @ Norton

Fri. 8- HS BB @ Tescott 4:00pm

Sat. 9- Youth Basketball @ Agra & K-town gyms; MS Dance 7-10pm in Cafeteria

Mon. 11- PTL Scholar’s Bowl @ Lakeside 1:00pm; HS BB vs Hill City 4:00pm

Tue. 12- HS BB @ Lincoln 4:00pm

Wed. 13- HS Play Dress Rehearsal @ MS 1:45pm

Fri. 15- HS BB vs Rock Hills 4:00pm

Sat. 16- HS Play in MS Auditorium 7:00pm

Sun. 17- HS Play in MS Auditorium 5:00pm

Mon. 18- Regional Basketball starts

Tue. 19- MS Scholar’s Bowl @ Pike Valley (Courtland) 4:00pm

Thur. 21- MS Scholar’s Bowl @ Palco 4:00pm

Mon. 25- Early Dismissal @ 2:30pm for Teacher In Service

American Legion Menu and Special Dinner

This week at the Kensington American Legion we will be having. Chicken and dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, and veg all casserole. Our soup special will be ham and potato chowder with a corn dog. For our dessert we're going to have a cream puff cake,. We will have our regular menu items as well. Please let us know if we can make your supper to go by calling 785-476-3204. Hope to see you there!

Special Valentine’s Dinner

We'd love to invite you and your sweetheart to the Valentine's dinner this Saturday, February 16th. Please call Karen at 476-2467 or the Legion after 6pm at 476-3204 to make your reservations by Friday the 8th!

Raffle will Support the Veterans Community Project

The quilters and blanket tying ladies of St. John Lutheran Church are having a raffle of several different hand-made items to raise money for the church's mission project, Veterans Community Project. Among the items are: a 98" X 98" quilt, a 62" x 68" afghan, a 52" x 69" Fort Hays fleece throw, a 59" x 65" K-State fleece throw, and a 47" x 17" winter table runner. Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. The drawing will be Sunday, February 24. Tickets are for all items. Winners will be notified by phone so need not be present to win. Contact Linda Miller (638-2896), Linda Rice (476-8170), or Carolyn Mott (638-2869) for tickets.

Weekly Inspiration

Anger is the feeling that makes your mouth work faster than your mind. - Evan Esar

Just Let It Be. You can't control everything. You simply can't. So stop over thinking SO much & simply just let it be.

You have to do what is right for you, no one walks in your shoes.

ISO NEWS

Your news is important to us. Send your info to Erica Barnes at ebarnes8185@gmail.com with subject line: NEWS; or feel free to call 785-476-8185.


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