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New Chairperson Wanted, Passing of the Baton:
Faye Lewis no longer wishes to be in charge of the CHS reunion. She is asking for someone or chairpersons of 2 or 3 to step up to take the responsibility. Faye has all the information ready to hand over to whoever is interested in planning the next reunion. This includes all current addresses, other contact numbers and even the decorations. She can be contacted at 570-645-9426 or at 30 East Ruddle Street, Coaldale, PA 18218.




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  Curtain Call Players - Wild, zany troupe grabbed spotlight 40 years ago
  TNONLINE -- Friday, March 9, 2012

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Nearly 40 years ago, a fun-loving, fast-moving theater troupe took control of local stages and dazzled audiences with music, song and laughter.

They hit the stage running - literally. Their first madcap show was a three-act British farce, 'See How They Run.' The show debuted Aug. 1, 2 and 3, 1975, at St. John's Byzantine Church Hall, Coaldale.

Ruth West, Coaldale, was a charter member. West appeared on stage and savors the precious memories "of being part of a group of good people and all of the learning that took place. I still have all my photos," she says. There is a strong and lasting bond among former CCP members, many of whom still reside in the area.

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In 1950, Sports Was Booming
August 12, 1999|by RUDY BEDNAR, The Morning Call

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My photos showed a running play from scrimmage during the Coaldale-Lansford Thanksgiving Day football classic, which the Tigers won 33-6 before a huge crowd of more than 8,000 in LHS stadium to finish 9-1-1.

In their second year under Coach Andy Kalen, the Tigers of Coaldale High claimed their third straight area title with a 9-1-1 record, losing only to Nesquehoning (6-2-1), while Summit Hill finished second at 6-2-0.

A great duel developed in the individual scoring race as Coaldale's Ed "Finky" Shubeck used a big game against Lansford in the seasonal finale on Thanksgiving afternoon to outpoint Lehighton's Mike Ebert, the season-long leader, 68-67.

In the Southern Division ratings of the Eastern Pennsylvania Football Conference, Coaldale finished third behind champion Coal Township and runner-up Pottsville.

Coaldale continued its domination of the Class B (track & Field) division, although closely followed by Summit Hill and Lansford.

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