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Fall 2023 HOMECOMING Royalty! King Walon Belk and Queen Falyn Spangler

A fun day at South Central District FFA Greenhand Conference! Students had a lot of fun and learned a ton attending workshops and the career fair!

Positive Office Referrals! Twelve CHS students were recognized for having Good Citizenship or going Above and Beyond, with a few students receiving more than one. Great work CHS students!

This year we see the return of Raymond Junior High Cheerleading! Great job shout outs to all our student athletes today,

Some additions to the Chase school curriculum


New pull up/dip rack with bands and Bosu ball, donated by Dr. Seth! Cordell Chiropractic, he returns
half of the sports physical fees to our school through the donation of fitness equipment.



Paul Coffman with CHS Cheerleaders

Itís always amazing when we get to be apart of a community project! We were given the chance to build this turn key fire station for the City Of Chase, and being our home town we were able to provide $65,000+ in donated materials and labor between all of our vendors and crews. This will forever be our pride and joy and hope we can continue to help our community out! Thank You Again!

Also a huge shout out to everyone from Chase and elsewhere that donated to help with this project.

Few photos of the 2023 Chase Fest, snagged a couple from facebook
and from Janet Kirsch Gray & LeeAnn Dellinger, thanks!

 Class of 1976 Float

 Class of 2010 Float

 CHS Alumni Float, Classes represented were 1957, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1972, & 1985

 The Veterans Float

May 20th

Jarett Mermis's idea was to help clean the entrance into the city to help with some grant and funding opportunities. So he and wife Audrey (Pray) came up with some ideas they had seen and they found this idea from the Fort Worth stock yard signs that go over the roads. So they put a design together and presented it to city council. Tom Kizzar suggested Chase in red. They liked the idea and asked for it to be put to bid, Leonís Welding and Fabrication out of Hays won that bid and the city has some ARPA funding from covid relief to use and elected to do so with that. So between their company (JM Builders) and Tim White they helped put it up and will get it cemented soon. Also big thank you to Ellinwood Roustabout and Jayhawk Pipeline for bringing their cranes to place it for us!

Today on 3-13-23, Members of the Chase City and Fire Department broke ground on our new fire station!!
This was truly a team effort as between city and fire dept members, over 90% of the total building cost was fund raised from in and around our community! We would like to Thank every single person and business that donated and made this effort come to fruition!!
Building will start in the next couple weeks with a finish goal of June 1st!