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Senior Michael Kinsinger (far left) maneuvers his kayak pulling a canoe full of garbage removed from The Lake. Tom Brown (center) and Gaige Nath push a discarded tire to shore.
A bur oak tree planted by representatives of the Luverne High School Class of 2019 grows on the Rock County Courthouse lawn in honor of Luverne’s businesses. The 94 graduates of the LHS Class of 2019 spent Friday as “Senior Service Day,” a decades-old tradition of students spending a half day...
Fifteen students from Southwest Youth Services in Magnolia spent Wednesday, Nov. 2, in Luverne for their third annual Community Service Day. According to teacher Paula Lammert, the school received names of residents who could use help raking and moving leaves to the curb for pickup by city of...
Seniors Sandra Renken (left) and Brandon Oakley pull weeds in Sanford Luverne’s Healing Garden.
Luverne High School’s Class of 2016 spent Friday morning completing community service projects. Each of the 91 seniors chose to pull weeds, paint, move materials, wash windows or scrub fire trucks. Senior Service Day replaces the traditional Senior Skip Day in Luverne. Once the seniors finished the...
As part of Senior Service Day, the equipment shed receives a new coat of paint and cardinal design. This year’s design was by Spencer Schacht, and helping paint on Friday, May 1, were (from left) Tennessee Bruhn, Alexis Hanson, Jessica Limones, Brooke Nattress and Alexis Hiller.
Each year Luverne High School’s upcoming graduates select a day as Senior Skip Day, celebrating their last days of classes by not attending or skipping school. Instead of trying to keep the students from missing class, district officials have given students a way to earn a half-day off from school...
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