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Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, was the site of the Nebraska History Day competition on April 9.   Eight St. Rose students competed at the state contest with entries expressing the theme, “Debate and Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failures, Consequences.”    Eighth grader Sophia Wortmann had a first place finish with her Junior Individual Performance, “The Fool Soldiers: Negotiating for White Captives in the Dakota Uprising of 1862.”    Eighth graders Katie Neuharth and Lauren Loecker placed second with their Junior Group Performance, “Standing Bear vs. Crook: The Debate to Be Called Human,” and won a second place NEBRASKALand Foundation Award for a topic related to Nebraska’s heritage.   The trio will represent St. Rose School and Crofton at the National History Day Contest in June.   This contest is traditionally held on the University of Maryland campus near Washington, D.C., but will be held virtually again this year.   They join a prestigious group of St. Rose alumni who advanced to the national level with their History Day projects
Collyn Stout with Gov. Pete Ricketts
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Piper Dather with her first Crofton’s FCCLA team. place finish at state
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Kelly and Luella Hodson with new owners Leah and Joe Van Walbeek, with daughter Hannah
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Members of the Crofton Pool Committee accept a check for $23,500 from the Crofton Community Foundation. Pictured are Larry Cooper, Erin Filips, Amy Reifenrath, Don Meink, Irma Arens and Larry Peitz.
Coach Aaron Losing coaching the Lady Warriors at state.
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 Crofton’s speech team bottom row Sabrina Kaiser, Madelyn Loecker, Karley Schieffer, Rori Schmidt, Kaylee Mauch, Megan Tramp, Elizabeth Wortmann, Rylie Arens, Cameryn Fiscus. Top row Grant Schieffer, Rowdy Hegge, Carter Guether, Edison Sudbeck, Roy Knapp, Jack Schieffer, Austin Guether, Jordyn Arens. 
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