HEATHER LE COMTE
FOR THE PULASKI NEWS
Pulaski Alumni, Graham Marlowe published his first book called “Into Light”. It was a book of poetry that he had written over the span of 18 months. The book included poems about life on earth, and the meaning of life.
In late October, hurricane “Mitch” hit central America causing devastation to many families. PHS Spanish teacher Amy Hornby, came up with the idea of a Spare Change Drive, in which they raised over $600 for the victims of hurricane “Mitch”.
Senior Amy Conger performed in the Macy’s Day Thanksgiving parade. She was the only girl selected from Wisconsin to be a pom pom girl.
Pulaski One Act received an A at state. On Dec. 2 the cast and crew went to state for their sixth time in the past twenty years. They performed “Great Smokies” and were rewarded with three A’s.
French club waited patiently for their summer vacation, for their trip to Chicago. While they waited they started fundraising to pay for the trip and ones in the future
Pulaski business woman Violet Kvaley sold her restaurant. It had been owned and operated by her family for 42 years.