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Firefighters served up breakfast and responded to calls, Colton Boosters still looking for officers and CHS announces students of the month

Answering emergency calls and making breakfast

PMG PHOTO: CINDY FAMA - Colton Volunteer Firefighter Jasmine Schneider refills the pancakes as Chief Beau comes through for his late breakfast after answering three calls Saturday morning.The Colton Volunteer Firefighters hosted their annual Hunters' Breakfast for the community this past Saturday. Not only did they serve up fluffy pancakes, eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, fruit, juice and coffee, but they answered three emergency calls during the event. Now that is dedication to the community. Remember to thank them for all they do.

Colton Boosters still need help

The next Colton booster meeting is this Wednesday, Oct. 2 at the Colton Middle School, 21580 South Schieffer Road, beginning at 6:30 p.m. They are still seeking individuals to take on officer roles to keep boosters and active part of the school community.

Colton High School announces September students of the month

PMG FILE PHOTO: KRISTEN WOHLERS - Colton High School announced its September students of the month.Colton High School has named the students of the month for September.

They are:

Mark Stone-woods,

Avery Reiland-exploring CTE,

Della-Rene' Skogan-biology,

Viktoria Hanson-pre-calculus,

Savanna Panus-office aide,

Robert Skinner-government and economics,

Kamron Curtis-health,

Zane Dinnell-band,

Shasta DuBose-choir,

Marissa Sharp-initiative,

Rileigh Spalinger-technical writing

and Isaiah Russell-technical writing,

Natalie Irving-English I

and Wesley Richelderfer-English I,

Tate Turner-English II,

Christian Martin-English III,

Nick Blake-physics,

Beth Foster-forensic science,

Madison Olsen- physical education,

and Kalyn Martin-Spanish III.

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