Ephrata AM 5-7-21





Good Morning Ephrata NAMES today is Friday May 7, 2021. Please rise for a moment of silence and the pledge to the flag.




Attention Juniors and Seniors:  You are invited to attend an evening Under the Stars Prom on Saturday, June 12 at Clipper Stadium in Lancaster, PA.  Guest forms will still be required for guests who are not Ephrata students and are now available.


Tickets for this year’s prom are $30.00 per person and sales will continue next week on Tuesday May 11 and Thursday May 13 after school from 3:10 to 4:15.  Tickets will also be sold on Tuesday morning, May 11 from 7:30 until 8:10 for students who cannot make it after school.


As you all should know this years mini-thon is retro themed and will last all of may, so help support the fight in pediatric cancer by purchasing a totally retro t-shirt. The T shirt order form link is posted on schoology! The shirts are $12 and all orders are due by May 10th , as well as the money, which can be given to Mrs. Socie in room 317 ! So hurry up and get a shirt before it’s too late!


And now over to ____________ with the news




In today's news, debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to fall back to Earth in an uncontrolled re-entry this weekend. The rocket is around 40,000 pounds which makes it one of the largest items in decades to fall back to earth in an undirected path. Most of the vehicle should burn up when it makes its final plunge through the atmosphere, although there is always the possibility that metals with high melting points, and other resistant materials, could survive to the surface. The chances of anyone actually being hit by a piece of space junk are very small because so much of the Earth's surface is covered by ocean, and because that part which is land includes huge areas that are uninhabited.


Now to the juniors with the lunch






yesterday, baseball won 5-3 at CV, boys lacrosse won 7-4 at Twin Valley, with goal scoring led by Ephrata AM's Zane Cammauf with 2. Jordan Devonshire also had 2 goals in the win.

In tennis action, Ephrata lost to Dallastown in a team playoff 4-1. The lone win was from Chase Wilson who came from a first set 4-6 loss to defeat his opponent 7-5 and 10-6. Chase also recently battled to a bronze medal in playoffs that punched his ticket to move on to Hershey. The doubles team of Lance and Chase Wilson also are moving on in playoffs.


Also yesterday, volleyball lost at Manheim Central 3-0, and softball won 8-4 vs CV.


today, baseball is at Lampeter Strasburg, boys lacrosse is home vs E town, and softball is home vs Lampeter Strasburg.

Saturday, baseball is at Twin Valley.


Now back to the main desk


Seniors: Mandatory graduation practice is June 1st at 8:30, immediately following head down to the Ephrata Grater Park for a food truck frenzy, tickets for the picnic are available in the HS office.


Have a great day Ephrata!


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