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Roving Rocket: Students share oddest Easter basket surprises

“Roving Rocket” is a weekly publication in the McNicholas Milestone. In each edition, the Milestone staff poses a question about a current event to the McNicholas student body and publishes responses of one student from each grade level. This week’s question was: What is the oddest or most memorable thing you’ve gotten in an Easter basket over the years?

phillip“The weirdest thing I have gotten for Easter, not really in my basket, was having to get Easter eggs out of my pool.” —Phillip Miller, Class of 2020.

elyse“My pet rat…. I really wanted a ferret for a pet, and I had been pestering my parents forever about it. So, when I was in second grade, my parents finally gave in and bought me an albino rat because my dad read that rats were really good pets since they were so docile. I woke up on Easter morning and there was a cage with my rat in it. I named him Taffy.” —Elyse Thaman, Class of 2019.

 

 

haley“I got golf balls in my Easter basket one time when I was younger because I was trying to learn to golf.” —Haley Adkins, Class of 2018.

jared“One time when I was really little, it was set up as a trail of Easter eggs across the house that led to the actual basket. I was small so it was fun, and it was like double the candy because of the extra eggs in the trail.” —Jared Taylor, Class of 2017.

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Photo of the Week

U.S. Representative and U.S. Army Reserves Colonel Brad Wenstrup presents WWII veteran Frank "Bud" Buschmeier with the French Legion of Honor Medal on Nov. 10 during McNicholas's Veterans Day assembly. Following the assembly, McNick hosted its annual Veterans Day Breakfast to thank veterans and active service-members for their service to the United States.

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