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Spanish Fork High School Food Drive

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Spanish Fork High School’s Key Club just finished up a food drive that they did last week. They raised many different kinds of non-perishable food items that will be taken to different food banks in Utah. The main food bank the food will go to is in Salt Lake for those who may live in cars, are homeless, and other less fortunate families. Spencer Pugh, the Key Club president, said, “Doing this food drive with the Key Club is a wonderful opportunity to help out the community and others.” This is only one of many service projects the Key Club will be doing this school year.
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Jared John Tuckett

NHS Organizes Thanksgiving Project

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The Spanish Fork High School National Honor Society is doing their annual Thanksgiving service project. The NHS asks for names of families that are struggling and wouldn’t be able to have a thanksgiving meal. Then NHS goes and buys food for them so that they can have a nice Thanksgiving meal. This year NHS was able to go to 42 homes and provide a thanksgiving dinner for them. This project is a great way to have the students of NHS realize that service benefits everyone.
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By Evan Anderson

SFHS Jazz Band Performs at Lunch

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On Tuesday, November 17th, the Spanish Fork High School Jazz Band had a performance during lunch in the SFHS commons. Students eating in the commons were serenaded as they enjoyed their lunches and some even started dancing along with the music. The members of Jazz band are Jonny Broomhead, Nathan Kimball, Adam Swasey, Taylor Allred, Kyle Hutchings, David Andrews, and Justin Brimhall, with Mr. Bryant Smith as their director.
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By Karianne Nelson

Students See Dance Group Perform

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On Wednesday, November 18th, the dance classes at Spanish Fork High School went to Salt Lake City to watch the world class modern dance group Pilobolus perform. Pilobolus is named after a type of fungi because of the unique shapes they create. Lawson Bendall, one of the students who went to this, greatly enjoyed the performance. “My favorite part was the closing number which started out with fireflies. It just looked really cool. We had a great time up there in Salt Lake!” This field trip gave all of the students who went a chance to understand a unique style of dance and to just have fun!
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Emily McKinney

Christmas Choral Gala Tickets Are on Sale Now!

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Christmas Choral Gala tickets are now on sale at Spanish Fork High School. Anyone who had the opportunity to go to this wonderful event last year knows that it was an amazing way to bring in the Christmas Spirit. Along with the wonderful music, guests will also enjoy a delicious desert reception and elegant decorations. Tickets are $10 dollars until November 30th, and $12 dollars December 1st and later. The gala is on December 10th and 11th at 7:00 p.m., and the desert reception starts at 6:30.
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By Christina Heywood