Snowman Stampde Saturday morning!
For those brave enough, the Snowman Stampede will be held at t 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, starting in front of the West Point Chamber of Commerce office at the Nielsen Community Center. The 5k event begins at 8 a.m. Prizes will be awarded along with a prize for the best costume. The Stampede will travel along West Point’s Main Street where merchants can showcase their inventory. Each runner/walker will receive a cinch bag with $5 in Chamber Bucks and coupons and items. There is a $15 fee per person. The Snowman Stampeded is part of Small Business Saturday in West Point, and local stores invite you into their business.
Tour of Homes set for Dec. 8
Earlier this year the West Point Community Arts Council presented the Cuming Choraliers with a grant, and the Choraliers in turn used their talents to make new trees to mark the stops on the Christmas Tour of Homes. Left to right, Marius Baumert, Boyd Beune, Larry Luedtke, Joyce Wimmer and Ann Wimmer. The West Point Community Arts Council will present the Christmas Tour of Homes on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1-4:30 p.m. Tickets for the Tour of Homes are available at Citizens State Bank, CharterWest National Bank and F&M Bank in advance at $10 each and $12 at the homes the day of the tour.
WP-B one act takes the state
Kat (Annie Hughes), who is afraid of germs and even her own shadow, gasps for air as the queen (Tessa Hughes) looks on from her throne. It’s part of the West Point-Beemer High School one-act play, “The Mysterious Case of the Missing Ring.” The cast and crew take their play to the Class B district contest next week. More photos will be printed in an upcoming issue.
GACC one act takes the stage
Guardian Angels Central Catholic held a public performance of its one-act “Dancing with the Olympians,” last night at the Community Theatre. Above: Hera (Nicole Fisher) and Zeus (Blake Hass) are pleased to hear that they were named champions of the competition. GACC will compete in the C2-3 District next week. More photos will be printed in an upcoming issue.
Science Nght held at WPES
Hannah Landholm seems to enjoy giving Alli Lase a buzz after touching the small Van De Graaf generator that was set up at one of the Family Science Night stations Monday at West Point Elementary School. Also pictured are Logan Consbruck, Evan Petersen and Alex Meier. The event was held Monday. WPES invited the Strategic Air & Space Museum, located between Omaha and Lincoln, to bring its traveling science show to the school.