Frontier ServicesWHO'S THIRSTY?!? The Mt. Edgecumbe Business Class is now selling 16 oz.
all black travel mugs with the Edgecumbe Braves logo. Part of the proceeds
will go to the SAFV Shelter in Sitka. The shelter helps women and children
who were victims of family violence. Please help the Mt. Edgecumbe Business
Class support a good cause.
They are $15 a piece. Please see Nelson Kanuk,
Daniel Alexie, Russ Lawrence, Laurie Shellabarger, Huey Samuelson, Hope
Kiunya, Kayleen Teeluk, Nathan Brown, Eden Cronk, Jacob Alikar at
Or stop by Mr. Winslows' classroom at the ETT Room.
MEHS InvenTeamBy TOM HESSESentinel Staff Writer The Mt. Edgecumbe High School Invent Club has a long to-do list that includes managing a $10,000 grant, organizing a public relations ...
Posted Nov 21, 2013, 11:17 AM by Web Master
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Posted Oct 7, 2013, 9:43 AM by Web Master
Cross Country RegionsBy TOM HESSESentinel Staff Writer The top two finishers in the boys 3A Regional cross country meet this weekend were two of the runners who knew the course best ...
Posted Oct 1, 2013, 5:29 PM by Web Master
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Posted Sep 11, 2013, 1:24 PM by Web Master