By Colleen Kesterson

"Home Alone" draws a mix of supporters


December 30, 2021

Colleen Kesterson, Pathfinder

In mid-November, the students at Salmon Prairie School picked a story they wanted to perform for their Christmas program. They chose "Home Alone." They wrote the script and created the backdrop. Teacher Holl Hubbard said it gives the students ownership in all aspects of the production. They have a new sound system and microphones this year so those members of the audience in the back of the building can hear more clearly. Pictured (L-R): Behr McCormick, Wren McCormick, Teacher Holl Hubbard, Nikylie Vance and Joe Harris.

SALMON PRAIRIE - The 100-year-old Salmon Prairie Schoolhouse welcomed a mix of people from the community who came to watch the traditional Christmas program. With help from Teacher Holl Hubbard, four students, who make up the student body, put on the production of "Home Alone" Dec. 21. 

Along with parents and grandparents of the students, attendees included those whose roots go deep in the community. Some attended the school years ago along with a teacher from the long line of those who taught there over the past years.

Among the attendees was the Lake County Superintendent Carolyn H...

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