Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie."
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com Nancy Morris knew how to pick ’em.
If purchased new today, Greene County High School’s Steinway Model B grand piano would cost more than $101,000. “What a great thing to have,” says vocal music director David Heupel, pictured last week at the keys. Unfortunately, 45 years in a high school setting have taken their toll. The piano will be restored in time for the opening of the new high school and its 700-seat performing arts center. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com The first time Tom Hinote, the piano tuner with the best-ever name, walked into the music department at Jefferson-Scranton High School, he was dismayed to discover a “great big Fila tennis shoe print” on the lid of the grand piano.
“I’ve had so much fun,” says Teresa Green, pictured at center with students at prom in 1988. “It’s gone so fast.” A business education teacher at Greene County High School, Green has overseen the prom for 39 years. In that time, students who once sported perms and mullets became the parents of a new generation of kids.
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com Teresa Green still doesn’t know who snatched the dead elk’s tongue. Some things about prom are better left a mystery.
By JARED STRONG j.strong@carrollspaper.com
By DOUGLAS BURNS d.burns@carrollspaper.com The continued fulfillment of a $4.5 million pledge for the Greene County Community School District’s competition gym and arts center. City building improvements in Scranton ($60,000) and a parks update in Churdan ($45,000).
The circa-1880 corner building owned by the city of Jefferson dubbed City View on State will be featured on the “Available Buildings Tour” April 25 and 27. HERALD FILE
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Dustin Hoffman in "Tootsie."
If purchased new today, Greene County High School’s Steinway Model B grand piano would cost more than $101,000. “What a great thing to have,” says vocal music director David Heupel, pictured last week at the keys. Unfortunately, 45 years in a high school setting have taken their toll. The piano will be restored in time for the opening of the new high school and its 700-seat performing arts center. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS
“I’ve had so much fun,” says Teresa Green, pictured at center with students at prom in 1988. “It’s gone so fast.” A business education teacher at Greene County High School, Green has overseen the prom for 39 years. In that time, students who once sported perms and mullets became the parents of a new generation of kids.
The circa-1880 corner building owned by the city of Jefferson dubbed City View on State will be featured on the “Available Buildings Tour” April 25 and 27. HERALD FILE

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