The following Kremlin-Hillsdale High School students have been nominated for the District C-3 Football team: junior Trev Schoenhals as second team offensive specialist; junior Lee Olmstead as second team defensive end; junior Brenden Stokes as second team defensive back; freshman Kass Bittle as second team defensive linebacker; and freshman Andre Lizar as second team defensive specialist.
The Bronc Boosters can assist with last-minute Christmas shopping while helping support KHS athletes. They have a variety of “Bronc gear” (hoodies, sweatshirts, T-shirts, etc.), perfect for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list. Don’t forget cookies for Santa. They have five varieties of pre-formed Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough available for purchase. For information, contact Pam Schoenhals at 874-2320, Virginia Craig at 874-2281, or any Bronc Booster officer.
School is out for the holidays. Classes will resume Jan. 3.
Kremlin UMW met Dec. 5 at the home of Joyce Fales. Attending were Betty Thurman, Barbara Blevins, Carolyn Ott, Ellen Randolph, Goldie English, Martha Harvey, Lillian Brawner, Avis Forbes, and guests Johnnie Sue Olson, of Freedom, and Ann Unruh, of Alva. Gifts were collected to be delivered to the women at the YWCA Crisis Center, then the group had a Dirty Santa exchange.
Kremlin Home Culture met Dec. 1 at the home of Joyce Fales for a breakfast brunch. A short business meeting followed, and gifts were exchanged. Attending were Betty Sissom, Beverly Buller, Virginia Craig, Stefanie Franklin, Nancy Ingraham, Jennie Meyer, Carolyn Ott, Sharon Riddle, Linda Sader, Brandi Shieber, Sophia Thesman, Bronwyn Streck and guest Isaac Streck.
WildHorse Gang decorated the Bank of Kremlin and F.W. Zaloudek Company with red bows during its annual Red Bow Campaign.
The gang also served as ushers for the Enid Symphony presentation of White Christmas held Nov. 23-25.
Thirty-one members, along with several parents, served as waiters for 750 guests at the annual Integris Hospital Christmas dinner on Nov. 30. They received tips, along with a 2012 Integris Christmas ornament and a winter scarf.
Dec. 1 found several WildHorse members participating in Dillard’s Christmas style show. The following night, nine members were guest waiters for Dillard’s annual VIP night. Five WildHorse moms wrapped Christmas gifts during the evening.
The gang’s Christmas meeting was held Dec. 4, with every member receiving a WildHorse Gang 20th anniversary Christmas ornament.
OG&E invited the gang to serve its Christmas dinner, held at the Expo Center on Dec. 11. Keeping in the spirit of Christmas,members donated their tips to the YMCA Back-A-Youth Scholarship program, presenting a check for $255 to the YMCA on Dec. 21.
Several of members enjoyed being invited to the Gaslight Theatre presentation of “A Suessified Christmas Carol,” held Dec. 7, 14, and 16. They handed out programs, served as doormen and ushers and served refreshments during intermission.
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