Thank you to everyone that came out to Tiger CHill to celebrate Chapel Hill High School and all the wonderful things that happen at our school! It is amazing to see this old parking lot transformed into such a vibrant, exciting, awe-inspiring and fun scene for the 6th year in a row! 

Thank you to all the volunteers that worked so hard to pull off this event! It takes all of you to pull this off and we needed every bit of your time and energy throughout the planning process and the actual event itself. The Core Committee was again spectacular and we are so grateful. A few shout outs to some new comers this year: Susannah Zimmerman and her entire family jumped in with both feet and donated lots of time but also the new Tiger CHill volunteer t-shirts. Peter Matischak was a new addition and one of the stars of the show with his cool Schwenk for cooking the tasty Bratwurst. Katie Weber took on the touch-a-truck and really upped the fun for the kids. Amy Cook brought in Dunkin Donuts - warm coffee and donuts perfect for the weather. The Candyland Booth was under new management with the addition of Barb Sawyer joining veteran Melanie Reynolds. RIna Lyubkin inherited the Mad Hatter booth and creative hats were all around. Sonia Frischemeier made lemonade from lemons. Mindy Morton put much more than a minute into planning for the success and fun delivered in the the Minute to Win-It booth.

The Staff and Students did a wonderful job hosting several booths. Think about all they bring. Where else can you have your name drawn in Chinese watercolors (Asian Student Association); match wits against a teacher who allows you to celebrate a win with pie in his face , (Quiz Bowl Team and Mr. Wasson - who also jumped in the dunk tank later- what a great sport!); enjoy wonderful Gordita’s handmade right in front of you (Latin American Studies Association, aka LASA); slurp a delicious pineapple drink (Ms. Wilson’s Foods Classes) ; have an EKG just to be sure all that good food left you heart-strong (Health Occupations Students of America, aka HOSA); And the list goes on and on!

Having a professional emcee in Aaron Keck donate his time was a treat when combined with the terrific line-up of entertainment managed superbly by Jill Baron and son Etan. We are grateful to Mr. Rodriguez for coming out with the McDougle Middle School band and entertaining us with his kids that will eventually come to CHHS.- and drew a huge crowd! Mr. Scroggs, the interim principal, welcomed everyone to CHHS, visited every single booth at Tiger CHill,and even donated his parking space up for the month of November to some lucky raffle winner!

Lastly, we would really like to thank all our wonderful sponsors of Tiger CHill! We are grateful for the funding to support such an event. All of this helps the PTSA support CHHS students and staff with things like funding field trips, scholarships for students, teacher grants,supplies for students throughout the year, etc.!
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