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Blast from the past: Christmas chronicled

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Taking a step back to 1988, 30 years ago, former student Stephanie Sandberg finishes up a science experiment on the left. Right, former thespians Randy Benzel and Mona Stark perform in their fall play. Christmas break was marked by nine days of snowfall, making it a white  Christmas.

 

Rewinding to 1998, 20 years ago, former News Editor for the EHS school newspaper, Brooke Harless records the story of the Greeley Guadalupe Shelter residents around the Christmas season. The residents recount how welcoming and homelike the shelter is.

 

Looking back to 2008, 10 years ago, former students Kristen Morrow, Jeff Wardlaw, Adam Geisick and Taylor Hale answer questions concerning their Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

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