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Posted: Friday, February 21, 2003 12:00 am | Updated: 1:26 pm, Wed Jan 11, 2012.

Clay Center Community High School has announced the selection of the first four inductees into the CCCHS Hall of Fame: the late John "Blackie" Lane, Laree Mugler, Ken Swenson and former CCCHS Principal Edwin Butterfield.

Clay Center Community High School has announced the selection of the

first four inductees into the CCCHS Hall of Fame: the late John

"Blackie" Lane, Laree Mugler, Ken Swenson and former CCCHS Principal

Edwin Butterfield.

They will be inducted in a ceremony in conjunction with the

Renaissance Honors Program at 7 p.m. Monday, March 31, in the Martyn-

Snodgrass Auditorium.

Mugler, Swenson and Butterfield have indicated they will be present

for the induction ceremony as will members of the Lane family.

Inductees into the hall of fame must be graduates of CCCHS or former

staff members who have made a significant impact on society in

business, government, medicine, education, sports, entertainment or

other areas, or in their service to CCCHS.

The site of the CCCHS Hall of Fame will be the west wall of the

commons area at the high school. Each member of the hall of fame will

have a plaque with a picture and narrative placed there.

The initial inductees were nominated and selected by the CCCHS Hall of

Fame selection committee.

That committee is made up of three groups serving staggered terms.

Group A consists of Sheldon Bergstrom, Garry Stenzel, Herb Mugler and

Elby Adamson. Group B members are Ginger Walker, Nancy Ryan, Amy

Wichman and Ron Koster. Group C members are Sandy Fox, Rex Carlson,

Arden Alstatt and Brady Burton.

In the future, nominations can be made by anyone. Nominations will be

solicited through announcements in the Dispatch, CCCHS

newsletter, on KCLY, the USD-379 Web site and other means during

September or earlier.

After nominations are received, the selection committee will meet in

November to consider the nominations. For an individual to be

selected, he or she must have the votes of at least nine members of

the selection committee.

No more than four people will be inducted in any year. Some years,

there may be none.

More information about the nominating process will be available next

summer.

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