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Four Chrisman athletes cheered in Pennsylvania Thanksgiving Parade

If you watched the ABC 6 Dunkin’ Thanksgiving Day parade, you may have seen a few familiar faces. Chrisman Junior High’s Gracie Cash, Remington Laughead and Addison Miller participated in the 102nd Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 24th. This parade is the oldest running Thanksgiving Day Parade in the United States. Chrisman High School…

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Priscilla Club sets date for Christmas Luncheon

President Carol Yaw opened the November 2nd meeting of the Priscilla Club with a Thanksgiving poem, then called the meeting to order. Secretary Donna Taylor read the minutes of the October meeting, which were approved. Treasurer Marcella Coy gave the treasurer’s report, which was also approved. Yaw announced the December meeting will be the annual…

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‘Rural Redhead’ gaining popularity with creations

Rachel and Adam Harms are a busy couple. In addition to being very involved in the livestock industry, raising two boys with another baby on the way, Rachel has her own crafting business. “I have always loved crafting and making anything I can,” Rachel told us. Both Harms’ mother and grandma had a crafty side…

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Christmas In Chrisman

The Chrisman Area Community Club met November 21 at the Chrisman Café. Twenty-five members enjoyed a delicious meal together. President Dan Moore opened the meeting. Minutes of the previous meeting and the treasurer’s report were approved. Plans were finalized for the Christmas parade on December 7. It will contain 22 lighted floats and other entries…

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Chrisman Library News

We are looking forward to the Stuffed Animal Sleepover. We’ll have pictures of the little critters posed playing games, reading books, probably playing on the computers. So the next time you are in the library after Saturday, December 3rd take a look at the fun time the toys had! We have it confirmed that Santa…

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Carriage rides at Christmas In Chrisman

The Marybeth Farm Carriage Service will be at the Christmas in Chrisman Celebration. The Chrisman Area Community Club will sponsor the carriage rides for the community. They will be at the downtown park in front of the American Legion on Wednesday, December 7, from 4:00-7:00. You may take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the square…

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Cardinals season begins at Turkey Tournament

The Chrisman High School Cardinals basketball team hit the court to begin the 2022-2023 season on November 21st at the Tri-County Turkey Tournament. Robert Lorenzen also made his debut as the new High School Boys Basketball coach. Lorenzen was the former coach of the Chrisman-Scottland Junior High Eagles as well as the Georgetown Buffaloes High…

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Lady Cards go winless in Thanksgiving Tournament

On November 26th, the Chrisman Lady Cardinals participated in the Mary Sur Thanksgiving Tournament in Neoga. In the first round of the tournament, the Lady Cardinals took on rivals Georgetown/ Ridge Farm Buffaloes. In the first quarter of the match up, Georgetown took a demanding 19-9 lead over the Lady Cards. In the second quarter,…

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City discusses illegal filling at ‘Water Boy’

The City of Chrisman held their last meeting of the month on November 21st. Mayor Danny Owen was not present at the meeting, leaving Commissioner Cory Chaney to act as Mayor. The meeting began with the previous meeting minutes being approved as well as claims in the amount of $39,305.94. Building permits were granted for…

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Varsity Lady Cards Fall to Marshall & Hut/Pal

On November 15th, the Chrisman Lady Cardinals hosted the Lady Lions of Marshall. With Chrisman having smaller numbers, the junior varsity only played the first half. In the first quarter, Chrisman’s Taylor Jones and Adaleyn Miller tied up the game for the Cardinals with a score of 6-6. In the second, Marshall sank shot after…

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