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Hoops for Hope

by Sophia Glebas

     The third annual Hoops for Hope basketball game will be held on Friday, February 16th. The Cedar Grove High School Girls Basketball team will be playing Verona High School at 7:00 PM in the Cedar Grove High School gym. Every year, shirts are sold as a fundraiser for this game and the money made is donated to a good cause. In the past, the shirts have been gray and black with the Hoops for Hope logo on the middle. This year, the shirts being sold are white and will cost $12. Each year, the proceeds from the shirts are sent to charity. All of the money raised from this year’s shirts will be given to two Cedar Grove firefighters who have served for 30+ years. Mike Jorn, who is suffering from Leukemia, and Stan Crowell, who has Lung Cancer, will receive the money. Hopefully, these two firefighters and their families will be able to use the money to pay off some of their expensive hospital bills. Come support the Cedar Grove Panthers in their basketball game and purchase a shirt to help out Mike Jorn and Stan Crowell!


Cupid’s Cafe

by Katherine Avila

     Help the interact club raise money for the American Heart Association, by either participating or attending the Cupid’s Cafe. The American Heart Association helps improve and save lives of millions of americans living with heart disease, stroke and cardiovascular conditions. To participate in the Cupid’s Cafe, go to Brianna Welling, Gianna Ferrara or Amanda Martino to sign up. To attend the Cupid’s Cafe, it costs $3 before February 15 and $5 at the door. The Cupid’s Cafe takes place in the Cedar Grove High School media center at 6:30pm-9:00pm.


New Art Mural by Media Center

by Julianna Cicala

     Today I interviewed Ms. Sweeny, the new art teacher at Cedar Grove High School. We talked about the new mural by the media center. The members of the art club are creating this piece together during lunch and after school. They are doing it because it will add more color to the school, it has natural light due to being right across from the windows, and it makes the school more pleasant to the eye when walking in and out of the school. The mural itself symbolizes this school being welcoming, giving a feeling at home feel, and very vintage look to it. There are little accents in the piece itself of what the school has to offer. It should be done around mid to end February.

 

 


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