By: Keerstin Mason
On Friday, December 6, 2019, New Haven hosted the annual lighting of the tree in downtown New Haven. One of the big things for people to do was get their picture with Santa Claus. This year, their theme was How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus were played by Ron and Sandy Hinten.
Mrs. Katie Borcherding’s Yearbook and TV/Studio classes went down Thursday and Friday to decorate for Santa’s arrival. Not only did Yearbook and TV/Studio work on the decorations, but they also had some help from the Independent students.
Three students helped out at the caboose Friday night. Lauralie Grater, a senior, was the “Grinch.” Alexis Sidwell, a senior, was the cameraman. Keerstin Mason was Santa’s helper.
When asked what their favorite part of Friday night was, Keerstin Mason, a senior, said, ”When everyone that came to the caboose thought my dog, Sweetpea, was part of the theme. When really I just wanted her to get a picture with Santa.”
Since the theme was How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Lauralie Grater was asked why she dressed up as the Grinch on Friday. She had this to say, “I had a really good Grinch costume/onesie. I also really like the Grinch movie and volunteered.”
When asked what students worked on at the caboose Paige Remillard, a senior, commented, “I made the mantlepiece where the Grinch is sticking his head out. I painted all of that.”
Morgan Branson replied that she worked on “the lanterns in the top part [of the Caboose].”
The independent, Yearbook, and TV/Studio students were questioned on what their favorite thing they worked on was. Dalyla Hurst, a senior, said her favorite thing was “the basketball ornaments.”
Have a merry Christmas, Shamrocks!
By: Paige Remillard
Every year New Haven High School lets their seniors decorate their lockers and the senior hallway for Christmas. This year the seniors decorated their lockers December 6th during 3rd and 4th hours. Seniors look forward to this every year because they get to spend time with each other and make memories in the process.
The seniors start with splitting into two separate groups. Groups are the even lockers and the odd lockers. This year, the odd group got to decorate their lockers while the even group put up the trees in the hallway and in the cafeteria. The seniors set up the Christmas tree in the cafeteria where they made different ornaments to go on the tree. Many of the students simply wrote out their name and graduation year. They also set up the small Christmas tree in the corner of the senior hallway. This tree was decorated with simple ornaments.
While the trees were being set up, the other seniors were wrapping their lockers up in different style wrapping paper. Some lockers were covered in Frozen wrapping paper while others were simple ones. Some seniors wrapped theirs in plain brown wrapping paper so that they could design it themselves. When a senior was done decorating their locker, they would decorate the trees or help string up the lights that hang from the ceiling.
The seniors also have a Christmas tree countdown to Christmas break. Just before Christmas break, all the seniors will help to take down all the decorations hanging up.
When asked about decorating, this is what some seniors had to say:
Grace Allgaier, senior, commented, “I had a lot of fun. I decorated my locker with Marvel wrapping paper.”
Dalyla Hurst, senior, said, “It was a lot of fun getting to decorate my locker with help from my friends. I covered my locker in a simple wrapping paper.”
Keerstin Mason, senior, says, “It was fun wrapping my locker. I wrapped it in an Elf-themed wrapping paper.”
For years New Haven High School has allowed their seniors to decorate the senior hallway, and every year the classes look forward to decorating. New Haven High School wishes their students and community a Merry Christmas.
On December 10, 2019, deputies responded to the 1500 block of Hwy K, St. Clair in reference to a 911 hang up. As deputies arrived, a male subject was observed pulling a female from a vehicle by her hair. The male subject started to walk away when he observed the deputies pull in but stopped and spoke with the deputy. As the deputies went to place the suspect in custody, he took off running. Chase was given and the suspect was apprehended. Contact was made with the victim and she had injuries consistent with being assaulted. Charges were applied for with the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and a warrant was issued. The warrant charged Zachary R. Strube, a 24 year old male from St. Clair with Felony Domestic Assault 3rd Degree and Felony Resisting Arrest. His bond was set at $15,000 cash or surety. All parties are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Franklin County Sheriff
By: Caroline Otten
On Wednesday, December 4, 2019, the New Haven girls varsity basketball team traveled to Montgomery High School for the Montgomery Girls Basketball tournament. This was their second game after winning their first one against Bowling Green on December 2. After a hard-fought game, the score in the end was 38-52.
After the game the athletes were asked a few questions.
The first question asked was how they felt their team played. Junior Madison Langenberg said, “I think we played really well, even though we lost.”
Senior McKenzie Overschmidt replied, “I think we played hard and smart. I think we kept up with Hermann until we all got too tired. I think we played very [well]!”
Junior Ellie Westermeyer answered, “I thought that we played very well and kept up our intensity with them.”
The next question was if they had any thoughts on the game. Junior Caroline Otten said, “I felt we played really hard and did well.”
Ellie Westermeyer simply said, “I thought we played well.”
Madison Langenberg replied, “We could have done some things better and should have made more easy shots.”
They were then asked if there is anything their team needs to work on. McKenzie Overschmidt simply answered, “Passing and shooting.”
Ellie Westermeyer said, “Yes, passing the ball.”
Caroline Otten replied, “We need to work on passing the ball around the court and staying in control with it.”
Lastly, the girls were asked if there are any goals they want to accomplish this season. And if so, what.
Madison Langenberg simply said, “Beat Hermann.”
McKenzie Overschmidt explained, “I want to beat Hermann and I also want to get past districts. Also I want to improve as a team throughout the season.”
Ellie Westermeyer replied, “Keep our turnovers under 10 for each game.”
Good luck, Shamrocks, on the rest of your season!
John Tucker inducted into the Missouri Track and Cross Country Coaches Association’s (MTCCCA) Coaches Hall of Fame
On Friday, December 13, 2019, NHHS teacher and coach John Tucker is being inducted into the MTCCCA Coaches Hall of Fame in Columbia, Missouri. Huge congratulations are in order, as New Haven is extremely proud of Mr. Tucker’s outstanding accomplishments as well as his dedication to his athletes over the years.
Mr. Tucker has been the New Haven boys and girls cross country and track and field head coach since the 1997-1998 school year. His girls track and field teams have earned 13 district plaques and 8 state trophies, including 2 state team championships. His girls have earned 198 state medals, and his boys have brought home 78 more. In both individual events and relays, he has 33 state champions. In cross country, his teams have brought home 19 district plaques and 7 state trophies, including a boys state championship. He has had 32 all-state cross country runners. He was several times a member of the MSHSAA track and field and cross country advisory committees. He was the MTCCCA class 1 girls Coach of the Year for track and field in 2002 and 2017, and the boys class 1 cross country Coach of the Year in 2017. He was named the MOCA state girls track Coach of the Year in 2016-2017 and was twice a regional NFHS Coach of the Year for girls track and field.
As far as New Haven is concerned, this is a well-deserved induction into the Coaches Hall of Fame, and we are all over the moon with pride. Congratulations to Mr. Tucker, and may there be many more successful years to come!
By: Ellie Westermeyer
On Monday, December 2, the New Haven varsity girls basketball team won against Bowling Green in the first round of the Montgomery Tournament, 48-36.
The starters were McKenzie Overschmidt, Lexi Sidwell, Ellie Westermeyer, Hannah Rethemeyer, and Mackenzie Wilson. The alternates were Meagan Holtmeyer, Kayla Brumels, Madison Langenberg, Grace Faris, and Caroline Otten.
After the game the Shamrocks were asked how they felt the team played in the first game of the tournament.
Junior Ellie Westermeyer replied with, “I think we played pretty well for our first game in the tournament and we knew we had to come out strong and we did.”
Senior McKenzie Overschmidt said, “I think we came out strong and ready to go. I also think we were pumped because it was our first away game and we were just excited to have a game!”
Junior Madison Langenberg added, “I think we played really well because we were working together and playing hard.”
Junior Caroline Otten responded with, “I feel we played very well out on the court and did a good job with passing the ball around the court and getting open.”
Next, they were asked what they could work on for the upcoming games.
Madison Langenberg added, “I need to work on making better passes and slowing down when pressured.”
Caroline Otten said, “I would like to improve on getting stronger in the post and when I get the ball. I also want to improve on my ball handling skills so I can have more control of the ball when I get it.”
McKenzie Overschmidt replied with, “I think we can work on making better passes and not getting so many turnovers.”
Good luck, Shamrocks, on the rest of your season!
By: Haleigh Nicholas
Harvest Ball was our winter formal dance at New Haven High School, held on Tuesday, November 26th, 2019. It followed after the boys JV and Varsity basketball games and lasted from 9:30 pm to 11:30 pm.
The coronation of the king and queen was held between the boys JV and Varsity games. King and Queen of Harvest Ball were Dominic Lewis and Natalie Pecaut.
The students were asked about the difference between Winter Ball and Harvest Ball, and senior Dalyla Hurst said, “There was no difference-- Harvest Ball simply replaced Winter Ball. They were exactly the same, just different seasons and name.”
Senior Paige Remillard replied, “There was no difference. They just changed the name of the event and moved the date sooner, due to the fact that they were unsure of whether or not they were [going to] be able to do it in December because of snow days.”
Another question they were asked was what song was their favorite that was played that night.
Senior Natalie Pecaut said, “I Wanna Dance with Somebody.”
Senior Dalyla Hurst commented, “I didn't have a favorite-- there were a lot of good songs that were played.”
The final question they were asked was, did you enjoy Harvest Ball? If yes, why?
Senior Natalie Pecaut answered, “My favorite part about Harvest Ball was dancing with all the seniors there. Also getting crowned queen was pretty cool!”
Dominick Cox, a freshman, mentioned, “[The dance] was small but fun… because I was with all my friends.”
Sounds like everyone enjoyed Harvest Ball and had the time of their lives dancing the night away.
Lois Jane Mueller, 86, of New Haven, MO, passed away Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Hermann Area District Hospital, Hermann, Missouri.
Lois was born in Zanesville, Ohio on August 10, 1933, a daughter of the late Julius Karl & Florence Mary (Weiland) Braun.
She was united in marriage with Robert “Bob” Mueller in 1957, in St. Louis, Missouri. Lois and Robert raised their four children in Glendale, Missouri, attending Glendale Presbyterian Church. The couple fell in love with the romantic rolling hills of the Missouri River Valley and moved to New Haven, founding Robller Vineyard in 1990. Bob and Lois traveled the world and loved to watch the sunset, toasting with a glass of wine. The lovebirds held hands until the end.
Lois is survived by Robert, their four children, Sue (Dan) McCarthy of O'Fallon, Illinois; Jerry Mueller of New Haven, Missouri; Mary (Wayne) Mueller of St. Louis, Missouri; and Beth (Rob) Hyser of St. Louis, Missouri; by six grandchildren, six great grandchildren. Lois has had many beloved dogs over the decades, most recently Daisy, adopted from the Franklin County Humane Society.
Lois was a gracious and generous spirit, endlessly sharing her faith and creativity. Lois was the first National Quilting Association (NQA) accredited teacher in Missouri. She demonstrated quilting at the New Orleans World's Fair, and the Frontier Folklife Festival under the Arch.
Lois was a member of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, New Haven and the church's quilters group, the National Quilting Association, German Heritage organizations, and Missouri Cultural Heritage Master.
Visitation will be held Friday, December 13th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home, New Haven.
A memorial service will be held Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Peter's United Church of Christ, New Haven, with Rev. David Poe officiating.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be given to Heifer Project International, Franklin County Humane Society or St. Peter's U.C.C. Quilters. C/O Toedtmann & Grosse Funeral Home.
To send flowers to Lois' family, please visit our floral section.
On Friday 12-6-2019 at approximately 8:30 a.m., the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Team along with members of the Multi County Narcotics and Violent Crimes Enforcement Unit conducted the service of a search warrant in the 7600 block of Hwy 47 Union, Mo. Information was obtained through an extensive investigations related to the sales, manufacturing and distribution of narcotics. While conducting the search warrant several items to include approximately 50 beans of fentanyl and approximately 2 grams of methamphetamine were located throughout the residence. While on scene a male subject age 39 of Union and a female age 43 of Union was taken into custody. All subjects names are being withheld at this time pending formal charges.
Franklin County Sheriff
Middle school student of the Month is Jose Romo-Vazquez. Jose is the son of Ruben and Alma Romo. Jose is in the middle school band and choir, a member of National Junior Honor Society, and is a track and field athlete. While not at school, Jose, helps his mother with baking and his dad with other jobs. He is also a member of the St. Joseph Manchester Youth Group. He enjoys reading, watching cooking shows and documentaries, listening to music, and playing with his dog, Maui.
Picture above: Queen, Natalie Pecaut and King, Dominic Lewis. Photographer: Katelyn Byers.
On 12/2/2019 an individual made contact with a deputy at the Franklin County Sheriff's Office lobby. He advised he got a call from a subject today who identified himself as Mark Richardson. Mr. Richardson claimed to work at the Franklin County Sheriff's Office and informed the reporting party he had a warrant for not showing up to Jury Duty. He gave instructions to go to Dollar General and put $250.00 on a Money Pack card for the warrant. When he was done at the store Mr. Richardson told him to give him the number off the card while he drove to the Sheriff's Office to fill out paperwork. The victim did get the card putting money on it but refused to give him the number until he spoke with him at our office. Mr. Richardson told him if he didn't give it to him over the phone he would be placed under arrest when he got to the office, the victim still refused. At this point he is not out any money. The Sheriff’s Office attempted to call the number back but it appeared to be disconnected. It is possible that the number was created with a “spoof” app where you can actually type in the Sheriff’s Office or for that matter any number to show on your caller id.
We would like to remind our citizens that law enforcement does not conduct business this way and to never give anyone your financial information over the phone. The Sheriff’s Office is asking you to share this information as it is getting close to tax time and this along with the IRS phone scam is common this time of year.
Franklin County Sheriff
By: Brande Kubiak
On Monday, November 25, the New Haven varsity girls basketball team won against the Bourbon WarHawks 46-11.
The starters are McKenzie Overschmidt, Lexi Sidwell, Ellie Westermeyer, Hannah Rethemeyer, and Mackenzie Wilson. The alternates are Meagan Holtmeyer, Kayla Brumels, Madison Langenberg, Grace Faris, and Caroline Otten.
The girls played a hard game against Bourbon and came out strong, getting ahead in the first quarter of 27-1.
In the beginning, junior Hannah Rethemeyer got us the ball in the jump ball.
Sophomore Mackenzie Wilson was the point guard, juniors Ellie Westermeyer and Hannah Rethemeyer were the post players, and seniors Lexi Sidwell and McKenzie Overschmidt were the other guards.
Our top scorers that night were Caroline Otten and Mackenzie Wilson with 10 points scored each. Hannah Rethemeyer and Ellie Westermeyer came in second with 8 points scored each.
The spectators say they worked hard and played well together. Some of the fans in the stands said Mackenzie Wilson made some amazing 3-pointers.
The girls were asked how they thought they improved since last year and Caroline Otten responded with, “Yes, I feel I have gotten better with moving around more in the post and taking more shots.”
The girls were also asked what they want to achieve this season and McKenzie Overschmidt said, “I want to win districts this year, beating Hermann.”
Lexi Sidwell also responded with, “I'd like for us to achieve all of our team goals, as well as our individual goals this season.”
Great job and good luck next time, Shamrocks!
On 11-29-2019, Franklin County Deputies responded to the 4200 block of Hwy N in Robertsville for a report of a suspicious person. It was reported a male subject was trying to get into a residence stating he needed to use the phone to contact his girlfriend because he had just wrecked his motorcycle. The resident at this location turned the male away and upon the arrival of deputies, the male subject was gone. The area was checked with the male not being located. On 11-30-2019, deputies responded back to the 4200 block of Hwy N, this time to a neighboring residence, for a report of suspicious activity regarding a possible stolen motorcycle. Upon the arrival of a deputy, he observed a black Honda sport bike and a white Ford Thunderbird in the driveway. The deputy made contact with three individuals from the Pacific area inside the Thunderbird. Information from these individuals gained information a fourth subject, a male from the New Haven area, had fled into the woods when he observed the deputy in the area. The deputy ran a records check on the motorcycle and found it had been reported stolen from the Wentzville area. While conducting his investigation, the deputy observed the fourth subject attempting to sneak back toward the deputy's location and then hide behind a pile of wood. The deputy gave chase in a foot pursuit. At this time, Franklin County asked for the assistance of any MSHP Troopers in the area, several responded. The deputy was able to apprehend the male subject while Troopers assisted with maintaining scene control as well as assisting the deputy. One female occupant of the Thunderbird was transported to the Franklin County Adult Detention Facility by a Trooper for outstanding warrants. The male subject, identified as 23 year old Lukas Creech, was also transported to this facility and charged with Tampering with a Motor Vehicle in the 1st Degree as well as Resisting Arrest. Warrants were issued on these charges and a bond was set for $10,000 cash. Information regarding this incident was shared with St. Charles County who will be handling the charges of Stealing a Motor Vehicle. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Franklin County Sheriff
By: Paige Remillard
East Central College held an Art Demo day on November 14, where students were welcome to the college to follow around an instructor. This instructor led the groups of students through the college art department, where the students were shown new and different ways of making art.
When arriving at the college I was informed that I would have to meet in the theater where a speaker would explain the schedule of the day. There were plenty of people in the theater, but not all of them were there for Art Demo day. Some of the people in the room were there for Humanities Fest, which was going on at the same time as Art Demo day.
The day started off with everyone meeting in the theater. The first speaker was a poet who travels the world and writes many different poems. Her name was Jeanette Powers. She read a few poems before the art students were allowed to leave. Many of her poems were about when she was younger and about things she had seen in places she has been. The rest of the people to speak were the staff of the college who encouraged students in the theater to attend ECC.
After the poet and the admission director spoke, the art students were advised to leave the theater and meet in the hall. After meeting in the hall, the students were twice broken down into groups. I went with the group to ceramics.
Once in the ceramics room, the teacher proceeded to show us how to transfer glaze to a ceramic cup before firing it. She laid down a piece of newspaper the size of the cup and proceeded to draw out a design. When she had her design all mapped out, the glaze had to dry. Once the glaze was dry enough, she applied slip. Slip is a mixture of clay and water so that it would bind pieces of clay together better. She then wrapped the paper around the cup and rubbed the slip and glaze off. When the paper was peeled away, it revealed the design she had drawn out before.
Afterwards we were sent to printmaking. In that class, the teacher taught us how to print. He showed us different material that is used to carve on to create a design that is then covered in ink and pressed down on a sheet of paper. He allowed some students to try out his press machine that is used to push the stamp onto the paper better than using your own hands. At the end of the printmaking class, the teacher handed out a print that he had made of his own for each student to take.
When the tour of the art department was done, we were all ushered into a room where we were served lunch, and a course description of the year was told. When Art Demo day was done and over with, all the students were allowed to leave and head back to their schools. The day was full of interesting things and very informative people.
By: Andrew Lamke
A fireball meteor went across the St. Louis sky on November 11. Over 120 reports were reported to the AMS. People were also reporting that they heard a loud boom from the meteor. According to the AMS the meteor ended its soaring and ended up somewhere near Wellsville, Missouri.
There are many videos of the bright fireball meteor including one from the National Weather Service in St. Louis.
Let’s see what the NHHS students have to say about the meteor hitting in Lake St. Louis.
“I was in Washington at the park, and I saw a bluish white streak going through the sky. It was louder than thunder, and it shook my car,” said senior Brandon Young.
Junior Brande Kubiak responded by saying, “To be honest I didn’t see it or hear it, and I’m kind of disappointed because I’m so unaware of my surroundings, I can’t even hear or see a meteor.”
“It’s pretty cool that a whole meteor hit Missouri and it’s even better because it hit St. Louis, which is extremely close to us”, mentioned junior Jon Russo.
“I wish I had gotten the chance to see it because, from what I have heard about it, it was amazing and cool,” replied senior Paige Remillard.
Senior Austin Yochim responded, “I was sitting in my car, and I see a big flash in the sky, and I was outside Walmart, and it shook their windows.”
This unexpected meteor has definitely brought some attention to the staff and students at the New Haven High School.
On 11-25-19 at approximately 3 pm, a deputy performing commissary duties was speaking with inmates about their order. One inmate believed another inmate wanted a phone card and opened the cell door to see if that was true. The deputy was immediately summoned to the cell. As deputies entered the cell they located Tyler Bailey inside hanging by a piece of bedding he tied above his bunk. Deputies and medical staff initiated CPR until ambulance personnel arrived pronouncing Mr. Bailey deceased.
Mr. Bailey was observed during meal passing at breakfast and lunch. He was inside a module with a large day room and a two-story catwalk of individual cells holding 18 inmates. There were 16 inmates in the area at the time. Inmates can close the doors to their cells. There is camera’s inside the day room area of the module, however due to toilet facilities in the cells there is no camera’s inside the cell sleeping area.
The Missouri State Division of Drug and Crime Control was contacted for an independent investigation as per standard procedure. Any further information will be released by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Franklin County Sheriff
By: Keerstin Mason
One of the many things students look forward to in November is Thanksgiving and fall break-- a time where we sit down with our families from far and wide to not only chow down on some good food but to spend time with each other.
Students and staff were asked about some of their family traditions. They had this to say:
Mandy Koch, 6-12 band teacher, said, “Our family gathers together for large meals, we
play games, write Christmas lists, and plan for Black Friday shopping.”
Lydia Otten, a senior, commented: “We don't have a whole lot of traditions but we always watch the Thanksgiving parade. We always switch on and off every year where we go. One year we do Thanksgiving with our Otten side at the Lake of the Ozarks with my aunt and her family. Other years we have Thanksgiving at our own house and invite my mom’s parents over. A day filled with family and lots of good food!”
New Haven High weighed in on what their three favorite dishes were:
Mrs. Melissa Bruckerhoff, a high school special ed teacher, said, “Grandma Adele's Stuffing, Grandma Belle's Chocolate Dessert, and Deep Fried Cajun Turkey.”
Destiney Quick, a sophomore, voiced: “Turkey, some kind of sweet potato casserole, and dreamsicle salad.”
The high school also commented on what their favorite memory from Thanksgiving was.
Christina Menke, the high school biology teacher, stated, “When I was a kid, my dad, brother, and sister would spend the whole day untangling lights and standing out in the cold decorating the house. My mom wouldn't want us in the house underfoot while she was cooking. While it was mostly freezing, it was also a lot of fun. Once everything was done, we would come in and play board games.”
Keifer Paterson, a freshman, said, “Stealing my cousin’s picture and making her believe that grandma had only my picture hanging up.”
McKenzie Pecaut, a senior, expressed that, “My football team won two years in a row.”
Mrs. Melissa Bruckerhoff replied with, “When I was little, we would go to my Grandma and Grandpa Robnett's house. We would play football in the side yard, skip rocks in the creek, climb trees and play with the cats/dogs. We would also play pool or ping pong in the basement. The whole family would be there and it was so much fun playing with them. One of my favorite memories is also the year my mom bought ‘precooked’ turkeys and gave them to my dad to deep fry. She failed to mention that they were precooked! He deep-fried them as if they were raw and when we started to eat, it was like the scene from National Lampoon’s! It was dry, overcooked, chewy, and awful! Although it didn't explode like in the movie.”
More than likely you will help prepare a dish for your families for Thanksgiving since it takes more than one person to make all of the Thanksgiving food for many people. When asked what dishes they help prepare and bring, Haleigh Nicholas, a junior, said, “I love making the pumpkin pie.”
Keerstin Mason, a senior, commented: “My great grandma's secret homemade dressing.”
Peers and teachers were also asked what their top three favorite dishes are:
Jessica Underwood, a freshman, said, “Coleslaw, ham, and mac and cheese.”
Mrs. Kelsey McCroskey, a high school English teacher, commented: “It's got to be mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, and stuffing. No contest.”
Nothing is complete for students without a fall break added in. When questioned New Haven High commented about their fall break plans.
Lydia Otten, a senior, voiced: “[In the] past couple years, the day after Thanksgiving we make a trip up to Minnesota and get a Christmas tree. You’re probably thinking that is crazy. Well, my great uncle and great aunt have a cut-yourself Christmas Tree farm, and we get one for ourselves and one for my grandma since it is her brother and sister-in-law's tree farm. We also do this all in one day!”
Mrs. Mandy Koch stated, “Our family loves to attend the Christmas Parade of Lights in Washington on the Friday after Thanksgiving. It is also tradition to start putting up Christmas decorations the weekend following Thanksgiving.”
Happy Thanksgiving, New Haven!
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