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The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Junior Genevieve Vlha paints a childs face at the face paint booth at the community show.

49th annual community show creates inviting space for agriculture

by Mia Lucas, Editor-in-Chief October 11, 2023

From October 8-10, the Linganore-New Market Community Show took place in the auxiliary gym of Linganore High School (LHS). For 49 years, the show has been a place for students and members of the Linganore...

Juniors Tate Ondrik, Nate Pelino, Evan Mayhew and senior Aaron Eng celebrate placing silver in the forestry competition.

Lancer Spotlight 11/9/22 : Linganore students place at 95th National FFA Convention

by Jenna Fountain, Reporter November 11, 2022

This year at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN, the 95th National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Convention was held. The National FFA Convention is an annual celebration of all things agriculture...

High school volunteers help elementary students create community show crafts utilizing a variety of materials such as glue sticks, templated paper, and crayons.

The 48th annual Linganore community show shows up previous years

by Izabella Manning, Reporter October 13, 2022

On October 12, Linganore held its 48th annual community show. Different creations from students and staff were displayed in the gym. Animals for a mini petting zoo were brought in, hay bail rides were...

My pigs before they are completely grown for The Great Frederick Fair.

Raising pigs takes a full year to get ready for the Great Frederick Fair

by Ashton Uzarowski, Reporter May 2, 2022

The Great Frederick Fair takes place in September each year.  The crossbred pigs I showed last year each weighed more than 250 pounds by the time we were in the show ring. I sold outright (meaning...

FFA President, Dairy Princess, and Goat Girl: Shea Cencula rules the local agricultural world

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief November 3, 2021

What does the FFA do? What is your mission statement? What type of milk is best for teens? All of these questions are common for FFA President and Dairy Princess Shea Cencula. Since the age of eight,...

Abbey(left) and Kenda(right) Sovero take over the community show.

Lancer Spotlight 10/14/21-Mother-Daughter duo takes on the 47th Annual Community Show

by Brayden Gregory, Editor October 14, 2021

For the Soveros, the community show was win, win, and more win. In total, the mother daughter duo took home 12 winning ribbons. Senior Abbey Sovero has been a part of the community show since her sophomore...

The 2021 Great Frederick Fair celebrated the wonderful community of Frederick county.

Long lasting traditions, community and annual fun at the Great Frederick Fair

by Madeline Hull, Editor In Chief October 4, 2021

As the end of the school day bell rings on September 24, students rush to their cars. Some students head home, some head to practice, and some head to the Frederick Fairgrounds for the annual Great...

Caroline Pellicier and Tabitha Reeder, Class of2020 at the assembly showing undergraduates course options of Horticulture and Pre-Vet.

Course Registration – It’s the most stressful time of the year: Photo Of The Day 2/5/20

by Maya Apau, Editor February 5, 2020

“I’m so STRESSED! What classes should I sign up for?” said concerned Nazareth Guerrero, Class of 2021. On Thursday, January 30th, the first class registration assembly was held for the Class of...

Austin Welty grooms his cow in preparation for exhibition at the Frederick Fair.

Showing an animal at the Frederick Fair: Wash, dry, clip, cut…repeat

by Peyton Johnson, Editor September 14, 2019

For most students, the first few weeks of school are consumed with new classes, routines, friends, and teachers. For a student entering an animal in the Frederick Fair, the focus is on washing, drying,...

Rachel Bechler and Lynn Edmiston make white corsages.

Horticulture students make Prom Arrangements: Photo of the Day 5/11/2018

by Nicole Muller May 11, 2018

Horticulture seniors Lynn Edmiston and Rachel Bechler make white corsages. With experience in preparing floral arrangements for all sorts of events, ranging from simple table settings to weddings, the...

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