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Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers,

It gives me great pleasure to write this last article for you. I started writing my final goodbye to Cranberry back in March, and every time I rewrite it, I find it hard to say this is my last article. JPub was a class of a few students who had a vision to do something great. We created many memories in the two years that I have been apart of this class. While the faces may change, I pray that the messages we portray will still continue to change and shape our school. When sitting in class brainstorming our latest and greatest project, our constant state of mind is how can this contribute to the school and community. Making our icon characters, such as Judy and Terry Thompson, gives me great hope in the creativity and vision that this class brings to the table everyday. Broadcasting and writing gave me the opportunity to find my passion and hopefully my future career. I can’t even imagine the past two years without this creative outlet I have the opportunity to be apart of everyday. My advice to anyone who is reading this is to dare to be different. Try something new! You never know what you may or may not like until you try it out. I certainly never saw myself as an editor or on camera. To everyone at CHS, I would like to say thank you for continuing to support us and our class. Good luck to the graduates of 2017. You are going to do incredible things!

Madeline Keenan

Editor in Chief 
The Art Appreciation Class Completes Cranberry Mural






May Week #4 Holidays!


Monday:National Buy a Musical Instrument Day

Tuesday:National Lucky Penny Day

Wednesday:National Escargot Day

Thursday:National Brown Bag it Day

Friday:National Blueberry Cheesecake Day


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Meet Icey and the other new faces at the Venango Humane Society