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Holy Trinity High School Oct. 1 announcements

WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Roll, Fruit

Congratulations to the volleyball team for their victory over Maranatha last night.

There will be a rep from Gustavus College here today at 9:00am to talk to interested students.

3:30 – FB practice

3:30 – VB practice

3:30- CC practice

We will have mass tomorrow at 8:15. Please remember to dress appropriately.

The Junior-Senior showdown for marathon is on! To win the Monday after prom off there

needs to be 100% participation from the grade and each member of the class needs to have

turned in at least a minimum of $50.00 in order to qualify. The class with the highest dollar per

student will win.

HLWW High School daily bulletin



Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Welcome To Homecoming Week –

Today is Camo/Blaze Orange day


WHATS ON THE MENU? Pasta w/ Meat Sauce & Cheese or Chicken/Alfredo ; Garlic Toast


FOOTBALL:9th Grade football is heading to STMa tonight. The bus leaves at 3:05 and kick off is at 4:30.


CONGRATULATIONS: Congrats to our 2014 Homecoming candidates! Jack Jagodzinski, Sabrina Sale, Liam Fury, Kassandra Scherping, Brady Jenkins, Mikayla Kittock, Marisa Fiecke, Russell Bayerl, Marissa Woolhouse, Luke Theisen, Darya Karas, Logan Kritzeck.

SENIORS: Get your money into Mrs. Hand if you plan on attending the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. Money is due by October 3rd and the cost is $58.00.

OLIVER!: Please be sure to get your fees and forms in. Everything MUST be turned in before you practice. To receive text updates, please text: @hlwwoliver to 651-318-3112.

HOMECOMING: Homecoming is HERE!!! Get into the spirit by participating during the rest of the week!

Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday – Honors Breakfast at 8am

Thursday: Class Color Day: Seniors – Black, Juniors – Pink, Sophomores – White, Freshman – Green Staff – Red The volleyball match against Holdingford will begin at 5:45.

Friday: Blue and Gold – Coronation will take place at 1pm with a pepfest at 2pm. The football game Vs Holdingford will kick off at 7pm.


JUNIORS, PARENTS & COMMUNITY: The junior class will once again be sponsoring a paper drive fundraiser for Prom. The dates are Nov. 3 – Nov. 17. Start saving your newspaper & Cardboard!


FITNESS CENTER HOURS: The Fitness Center is open for use Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:35 – 4:30pm, and Tuesday and Friday from 2:35 – 4pm.


NOTICE: The blood drive will be on Monday, October 6th from 8am – 2pm. Sign up during lunch. You must be 16 or older to donate. If you are 16 you will need to have a permission slip signed. If you have any questions please contact Abbey.

FFA: Come Join FFA in a Fall Clean-Up Project! The event will be taking place on October 4th at noon. Please check with FFA or in the office for more details.

NHS: The NHS is hosting a “Chicken Bingo” fundraiser for homecoming this week. Please find an NHS

Member to purchase a bingo square for $2 and enter for a chance to win up to $100! The winner will

be announced Thursday night during the volleyball game.

STUDENTS: The junior class is calling you out in a penny war. Here are the rules:

- each grade fills their bucket with pennies

- “bomb”other grades by adding silver coins or dollars to their buckets

(Silver coins and dollars count against their totals)

- totals will be reported daily

- winner will be announced at pep fest

- winning class will receive donut breakfast


AFTER PROM: There will be an After Prom Committee this year! This is a non-profit organization made up of volunteer parents that fund raise during the school year in order to provide a safe place for students to go after prom is over. Any parent with kids in any grade are welcome to be part of it. Prom is May 2, 2015 this coming year. If you are interested in helping/being involved with this committee, please contact Nancy Decker-Miller (612-590-9287 or or Stacey Smida (612-203-9089 or The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 30th at 6:30pm in the High School commons.


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10/21/2014 ST CATHERINE  8:30 Media Center

10/29/2014 Bemidji State Tia Massar 1:00 Media Center

10/29/2014 ST JOHNS/ST BENEDICTS Eric Aschenbeck 1:45

11/4/2014 U of M Duluth Heather Rhondau 11:30-1:00 Media Center/Commons

11/7/2014 St. Cloud Technical & Comm Rocky Horn 11:29-12:51 COMMONS


11/21/2014 ST MARY’S COLLEGE ANDREA 9:00AM Media Center


12/12/2014 ITASCA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Candace Perry 8:30am Media Center




Winsted Wildcats golf tournament this Saturday, Oct. 4

The annual Winsted Wildcats golf tournament will take place Saturday, Oct. 4 at ShadowBrooke Golf Course.

The tournament will begin at 10 a.m., and will be four-team, best-ball, with a cost of $60 per player.

Included in the entry fee will be 18-holes of golf, a cart, food following the tournament, and prizes for the top teams.

If interested in golfing, contact Aaron Schultz at either (320) 282-6514 or

Sports schedule for Tuesday, Sept. 30

Volleyball: Maranatha Christian at LP/HT (HT); 7 p.m.

Volleyball: Holy Family at W-M; 7:15 p.m.

Girls Swimming: Big Lake at W-M; 6 p.m.

Boys Soccer: Southwest Christian at W-M/LHS (Mayer); 7 p.m.

Girls Soccer: LHS at W-M; 7 p.m.

Halloween bash in Winsted Oct. 18

WINSTED, MN – A free family-oriented Halloween bash will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18 at Winsted City Hall.

The event, sponsored by Winsted Holding Activities That Unite People (WHAT UP), will include pumpkin decorating (with free pumpkins), hay rides, face painting, a witch’s corner, and an apple game.

Children must be accompanied by an adult to attend.

Look for photos in the Herald Journal following the event.

Hydrant flushing in Winsted Oct. 15-17; city recommends not washing white clothing

WINSTED, MN – The Winsted’s public works department will be flushing water hydrants Wednesday, Oct. 15 through Friday, Oct. 17. During this time, water may be rusty and water pressure may drop. As a result, the public works staff recommends that residents do not wash white or light-colored clothing during this time.

Anyone with questions can contact public works at (320) 485-2201.