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THURSDAY 1 "7 APRIL 2DDB
THE CANADIAN RECORD
SPRING MEET CHAMPIONS: CHS won the district 1-AA Spring Meet Championship for 2008:
Golf, 3rd team girls and 3rd team boys; Tennis, 1st team girls and 2nd team boys; Track, 1st team
boys and 3rd team girls; UIL, 2nd team; Cross-X debate, 1st and 3rd teams. Pictured are head
coaches/directors of spring sports: (front row, l-r) Principal Rick Berry UIL Coordinator Chris
Parks, Coach Craig Campbell and Coach Tim Fletcher; (back row) Athletic Director Kyle Lynch,
Coach Hayden Merket and Coach Doug Boyd.
FFA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TEAM ADVANCES TD STATE: The Canadian FFA Team finished
second at the Region I Wildlife Management Contest held at the Matador Wildlife Management-
Area on April 8. Team members are (l-r) Coleman Bentley, Jacob Hamby, Emmett Webb and
John Haley. Haley had the overall top score in the contest and was awarded a $1,000 scholarship
from Texas Tech University and $200from the Texas Soil & Water Conservation District. The
team advances to the state contest which will be held in San Angela on May 13.
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REGIONAL OIL RESOLTS: Canadian High School students placed 10th out of 40 schools compet-
ing April 12 at the Regional UIL Academic Meet held at Abilene Christian University, but none
will advance to state competition. Only the top three individuals and the first place teams advance
to state in each event. Individual placings: Calculator Apps, 10th place, Caleb Berry; Computer
Apps, 5th, Adilene Vasquez; Computer Science, 5th, Benjamin Antillon; 7th, Brock Johnson;
Headline Writing, 4th, Kelsey Hanes; Number Sense, 5th, Benjamin Antillon; Science, 7th, Ben
Antillon; Social Studies, 4th, JC Chappell; Team Events: Computer Science Team, 3rd Place with
Ben Antillon, Caleb Berry, Brock Johnson and Randy Acosta. In the photo above are: (front row,
l-r) Kelsey Hanes and Adilene Vasquez; (back row) Randy Acosta, Benjamin Antillon, JC Chap-
pell, Caleb Berry and Brock Johnson.
A RANGE MANAGEMI:: i :AM AI NOES D STATE: The Canadian FFA Range Management
Team placed third in competition held at Texas Tech University on Saturday April 12, and will
advance to state. Team members are (in photo, l-r) Gabe Rodgers, Coleman Bentley, Michael
Ochoa and Bradley Hickey. The top five teams advanced to the state contest which will be held at
Tarleton University in Stephenville on April 24.
Congressman Mac Thornberry will
host a Service Academy Forum in Amarillo
on Saturday, April 19, to provide informa-
tion to interested students and their par-
ents about attending the U.S. service acad-
emies. Representatives from West Point,
the Naval Academy and the Air Force
Academy will give presentations and an-
swer questions. Staff from Thornberry's
office will explain the application process.
It will be held at the Amarillo Public Li-
brary SW, 6801 Southwest 45th Ave. Call
(806)371-8844 for more information.
" SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED: The National Wild Turkey Federation Canadian River Chap-
ter awarded scholarships to five 2008graduating seniors at their April 5th banquet. Pictured are
the recipients: (l-r) David Lewis, $250; Dallie Thomas, $250; Haley Sims, $250; Ashton Cates.
$250; and Hadley Jackson, $500; not pictured is Emma Johnson, $250.
April 21 - 25
| BREAKFAST: 21-Cereal, Toast/Jelly 22-Cereal, Graham Crackers or Eggs & Bacon,
Toast/Jelly 23-Cereal, Graham Crackers or Biscuits/Gravy, Bacori 24-Cereal, Graham
Crackers or Waffle Sticks, Sausage Pattie 25-Cereal, Graham Cracker or Pop Tarts
All served with juice and milk.
Mixed Fruit/Hot Rolls
BES: Chicken Fry
Peas & Carrots/Hot Rolls
Taco Bell Burrito
Ham & Cheese
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Brown, Laurie Ezzell. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 118, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 17, 2008, newspaper, April 17, 2008; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth252700/m1/18/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.