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Fleetwood Boys Soccer Makes Districts…Again

October 31, 2010 by

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Fleetwood soccer made districts? Who saw that coming? It’s almost expected nowadays that Fleetwood will make it to the playoffs every year. Anything less would seem to truly be a disaster. But the lofty expectations aren’t unwarranted; the team has made districts a total of eight times over the past ten years, including three of […]

Dorney Does Halloween

October 31, 2010 by

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Adventure, fun, memories, and more can all be found at Dorney Park—even at Halloween time. Dorney Park has been thrilling fans since 1860, and the amusement park seems set to do so for years and years to come. Of course, Dorney Park is known for the eight thrilling roller coasters that command the attention of onlookers, but […]

Longer School Year/Day Still an Option

October 31, 2010 by

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In 2009, President Barrack Obama stated that America’s academic level was lower than that of other countries. The United States serves 180 days a year in school while Japan serves 243 days a year. Obama hopes that having students attend school for a longer amount of time will help America’s upcoming leaders become academically equivalent […]

First Octoberfest Finds Fleetwood

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Fleetwood was the hot spot on Saturday, October 16th, 2010. Where? If don’t know, then you missed the fun at the first Octoberfest at the new Simmeria Café and Bistro on Main Street, which has now been opened for three months. This was the first Octoberfest in the history of Fleetwood. Octoberfest had a fair outside that lasted […]

Oliver Roland Heck: October 4th, 2010

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Mr. Heck, the design applications teacher here at FAHS was blessed with his first child on October 4th, 2010. Heck and his wife have decided to name the baby boy Oliver Roland Heck. Heck is still very anxious about this major life change, but he is very excited nonetheless. However, he also believes that his […]

Former Penetentiary a Paranormal Hot Spot

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Looking for a real haunted house this year? Instead of hay rides and corn mazes, take a tour through the Eastern State Penitentiary, a former prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It first opened in 1829 and held famous criminals such as Al Capone and Willie Sutton. The original design for the building separated each cell by […]

Pancake Breakfast a Sweet Success

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The FAHS sophomore class held a pancake breakfast on October 23rd. There was a great turnout on that Saturday morning from 8 to 11 o’clock. All of the food at the breakfast was donated by local companies and residents of Blandon and Fleetwood, and the sophomore class would like to express their gratitude to them. […]