Monday, October 17, 2016

NEWS ROUNDUP: Homecoming Week At DHS; Halloween Parties Set For Oct. 29

Here is what's trending in Dorchester right now...

DHS Celebrates Homecoming Week: This week, Oct. 17-21, is homecoming week at Dorchester High School.  This means this is the traditional Spirit Week, complete with dress-up days and themes for students.  Spirit week will consisted of: Decades Days (Oldies Day); Tourist/Safari Day; Animation Day; Olympic Day; and Orange and Black or Throwback.  On Thursday evening, Oct. 20, the DHS volleyball team will take on East Butler at the DHS gym.  On Friday, there will be an elementary excellence rally, also at the DHS gym.

Dorchester FBLA And EPAC Halloween Party Is Oct. 29:  The Dorchester High School FBLA and Dorchester's Elementary Parents Advisory Committee (EPAC) is planing a Halloween party for Saturday, Oct. 29, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.  Hayrack rides, a haunted hallway and games and snacks are just some of the fun awaiting those who are brave enough to attend.  For questions or to volunteer, contact Amanda Cerny or the school at (402) 946-2781.  EPAC is overseen by parents and the school to help DPS teachers and students with classroom supplies, while also advancing the academic pursuits of Dorchester's elementary students. 

Dorchester Establishments To Hold Halloween Parties Oct. 29: A couple Saturdays from now might be a crazy, scary one on Main Street Dorchester.  City Slickers (formerly known as Joe's Place) has announced its Halloween Party will be Oct. 29.  The owners of City Slickers are promising a night "filled with plenty of food, fun and, of course, drinks! Costume contest with cash prizes, as well as drawings for City Slickers gift certificates and giveaways all night. The band 300 Proof will be rockin' the house!"  Also on Oct. 29, another Halloween party will be taking place across the street -- at Dorchester's newest establishment, Big T's BBQ Pit Stop.  We're told there will be food and drink specials all day, along with a costume contest and games starting at 9 p.m. with raffle drawings throughout the night.

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