The Hartley Sentinel-The Everly/Royal News - Serving O'Brien & Clay Counties

By Iesha Toft
Sentinel-News Contributor 

Keeping Maverick traditions alive

Would-be CC/E Class of 2020 paints M27 once more

 

May 14, 2020

SUBMITTED PHOTO

Nine former Mavericks reconnected recently to keep the CC/E tradition of painting the pavement alive. Members of the would-be CC/E Class of 2020 pictured front row, from left to right: Salem Krieger, Emily Joenks, Rickii Stevens, Emma Rutter, Savanna Handy and Jorgan Rustad. Back row: Skyler Tessum, Cole Maaland and Dakota Haack.

If you've ever driven on M27 in the spring, you have undoubtedly noticed the multi-colored signatures of Maverick seniors gracing intersections outside of Everly and Royal.

The tradition has been alive and well for several years with senior class after senior class taking their turn painting the hill and blacktop. This year for the first time since Clay Central and Everly merged, there was no graduating senior class. The dissolution of CC/E's 7-12 grade program led those students to seek education elsewhere while the elementary program remains open.

That didn't stop the would-be CC/E Clas...



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