PIG STY HAS SPECIAL GUEST FROM NY — Dr. Stanley Rudnicki and his wife Edna recently came to town to visit their daughter Amy Sullivan and family. While in Montana, they love to travel around the state, hike in the Glacier, head to Choteau for ice cream and stop to enjoy breakfast at the Home Café. During their stay this summer, Stanley helped Sullivan hunt for treasures for her store, The Pig Sty, one treasure being an awesome old cash register. He also enjoys a visit with Thales at Hayford Harness to purchase leather goods. Stanley and his wife, who live in Rhinebeck, N.Y., is a regular subscriber to the Independent-Observer. He is an oral surgeon in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and makes sure that the I-O gets placed in his waiting room so his patients can read the latest news from Conrad and the Big Sky State of Montana. Photo Courtesy of Amy Sullivan
By Tirsea McNeal, I-O Reporter
Starting off this week with flavorful goodness is the cereal-themed week ending with a ‘snap, crackle and popping’ Homecoming celebration on Saturday.
The week starts off Sept. 4 with the CHS float and hallway decorating at the high school. Students will have different times set aside to help in the decorating.
On Sept. 5, the theme is College Team Day. Sept. 6 is Theme day where students will try to fit in the “cereal” box of their choice, featuring the Senior class who chose Captain Crunch, Junior class chose Lucky Charms, the Sophomore class Wheaties and the Freshmen class chose Trix.
Red and White day is the theme for Sept. 7, with a Pep Rally being held at 2:45, the float judging at 3:30 and parade at 4 p.m.
The Stockman Bank Tailgate Party will be held at 4:30 p.m. and football round up at 7 p.m. with the crowning of royalty at halftime.
Each class has chosen their royalty. The king and queen candidates for the Senior class are Alex Gage and Devin VandenBos. The Junior class candidates are Caitie Bach and Nathan Pruttis. The Sophomore candidates are Morgan Fowler and Seth Diedrich. The Freshman candidates are Taylor Judisch and Austin Zomer,
Volleyball will be against Shelby at 2:30 on Saturday. The float and hall decorations will be dismantled after the volleyball game. The Homecoming dance will be in the commons from 9 p.m. to midnight.