Maryville students hold ‘Change-giving’

Maryville High School Student Council is holding a new competition this year called Change-giving. The funds raised by students throughout the school will be donated to Community Services Inc. to help a family during the holiday season. The brainchild of MHS Librarian Kim Offutt, she said the students took her initial concept and ran. The contest pits four men and four women against each other for the prize of being crowned “King Turkey” and “Queen Turkey.” Competing for King Turkey are: Officer Ian Myers, Chase Tolson, Matt Stoecklein and Phil Stone. Those competing for Queen Turkey include: Tricia Knowles, Jessica Piper, Vicki Brod, Heather Stoecklein. Students vote by placing change in buckets through Friday, Nov. 22. Winners will be crowned at the next pep assembly scheduled for Monday, Nov. 25.

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