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Students get creative with pottery

Colin Ortmeier and Mark Lange

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Every Wednesday, the student activities council sponsors Wacky Wednesday. From salsa tastings to extreme bowling, Wacky Wednesday is a time for students to take a break from studying and school stress to relax and gather with friends for an evening of fun and excitement. The Viewpoint’s Mark Lange and videographer Colin Ortmeier spent the evening at Creatively Fired for this week’s Wacky Wednesday event to try their hands at pottery painting.

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About the Writers
Colin Ortmeier, Reporter, Videographer, Editor

Staff Job Title: Reporter


Major: Media Production


Hometown: Columbus, Nebraska


About: Growing up in Columbus and graduating from Columbus...

Mark Lange, Reporter

Staff Job Title: Reporter

Major: Mass Media

Hometown: Crofton, NE

About: I graduated from Crofton High School last year. I'm currently a freshman...

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