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2A Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2011 Chester Progressive, Westwood PinePress Spreading holiday 00,00eer The walls of Chester Elementary School's gymnasium ring with laughter and song during the annual sing-along. Performing for adults and classmates alike were choruses from kindergarten; first and second grades combined; third grade; fourth grade; and the fifth and sixth grades combined. Here the kindergarten chorus prepares to perform Angel Band, the opening act of this year's event. The gym stayed packed through each performance, with parents and friends lining the perimeter and each class sitting attentively on the floor as their schoolmates performed. CES Principal Sally McGowan said that she was thankful for the music program, and equally thankful for all those that make the program possible in this time of economic uncertainty. Photo by Jason Theobald From the Principal's Desk -- Scott Cory, Principal The events of the past few weeks have caused me to reflect a bit more on what is important in life. Each dayis an opportunity to re-priori- tize and make choices to focus on others: putting others flu:st, right- mga wrong against someone sur-prisg someone by meeting a need unexpectedly.., maybe even resolvingi!}O do something at home that will make a family member appreciate the fact that you're related. Last Sunday we had a memorial seice for Brian Johnson. What was revealed about his life was that he was a person who put others first: family, friends, students, the athletes he coached: and the col- leagues he worked with. The positive impact on the world around him was enormous. He lived a life tha mattered. The holiday season, Christmas, is an opportunity for us to draw close to both those that matter in our persona/lives, as well as in the lives of those that we come in contact with on a daily basis. Does your life matter? Absolutely. llow much does it matter? That's up to each of us. It is my hope that you all have a happy holt-day season. I am blessed to live in Chester and be a part of your lives. To the staff, stu- dents, tatents, and members of the community, Merry Christmas From the Sport's Desk - Terry Hernandez, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director This year's wrestling tournament attracted 18 teams from all over Northern California and Nevada. Despite being short-handed the Volcanoes came away with a 5th place finish among large and small schools alike. John Leal at 145 lbs and Westley Ruffer at 195 lbs each captured 1st place in their weight classes. Other wrestlers who placed included Clayton Buchanan with a second place finish and Rocklin Loranger with a 3rd place finish. Westley earned MVP of the tourney. The team is off to Reno this week for the Sierra Nevada Classic. The 13th aunu ML Pride Tournament was a big success again this year lbr our varsity teams. The girls were able to take third place with an 'exciting e0mi! from behind: win agains'Brffy on Saturday night The boys rarity was never challeiiged as they took first place with three resounding wins, the closest being a 25 point margin. The jv teams showed much improvement throughout the tournament with some close competitive games for two very young teams. All tbur teams travel to Trinity this Friday and the boys varsity goes to Fort Brags for a tournament early next week. League contests will start back up on January 3rd when the students return to school af- ter the holidays. Counselor's Corner -- Bm'bara Puhl, Counselor hnportant dates for seniors: Jan. 24, 2012, marks the very important Cash4College Night. This is an opportunity to complete the FAFSA form, and qualify your senior for a $1,000.00 drawing! For more information, please feel free to contact me at Chester High School, at bpuhl@pcoe.kl2.ca.us, or at 258-2126, ext. 105. Upcoming events .... 12/17-1/2 Christmas vacation 1/3---1/6 Tip Off Week 1/6 Tip Off Basketball v. Liberty 1/9 Boosters/6:30/cafeteria 1/13--1/14 N. Section Jr. Hi Honor Band to CSU Chico Order prescriptions on-line; e-mail'. ¢hester@lassendrug.com 5eass(o)n's Gre(ett'ung 9010us qlOEt No matter how you say it, we hope that your holiday L perfect in every way. With thank. for your generous support. Cal-Sierra Title Company 283-0700 Concert f"lls gym with joy Instruments at the ready, the musicians of the CHS Junior High band get ready to perform their first piece, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Photos by Jason Theobald The Chester High School band -- all ninth-graders readies for "Postwood March," its first selection for the winter concert. The CHS jazz band, with for- mer music director Marsha Roby on piano an'cl current music director Austin King on bass, gets ready to bring the night to a rousing end. 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