Weekly roundup: Clearview fall production, food drive success

Also, local Mullica Hill resident Josh “Leaf” Mickle makes it to the small screen on “Wheel of Fortune.”

Clearview Freshmen Mia Schute (left) and Serafina Fox carry a box together to be loaded onto a school bus, which brought about one-ton of food to the South Jersey Food Bank on Thursday, Nov. 16.

Members of the Clearview Regional High School Latin Club donated more than 2,500-pounds of food and $500 to the Food Bank of South Jersey, while students prepared and rehearsed for the first fall play, “A Christmas Carol,” in nearly a decade. Also, Mullica Hill resident Josh “Leaf” Mickle had a once-in-a-lifetime experience when he was chosen as a contestant on “Wheel of Fortune.” Check out some of the top stories from the past week in the Weekly Roundup.

Latin Club donates more than 2,500-pounds of food to Food Bank of South Jersey

The Clearview Regional High School Latin Club exceeded the goal of collecting one ton of goods for families in need through the annual Pack the Bus Food Drive on Thursday, Nov. 16, when students delivered more than 2,500 pounds of food, and a check for more than $500 to the Students Change Hunger program through the Food Bank of South Jersey.

Mullica Hill resident Josh “Leaf” Mickle on the set of “Wheel of Fortune.”

Local wins big on Game Show Network’s “Wheel of Fortune”

People around the country heard of Mullica Hill when resident Josh “Leaf” Mickle introduced himself and his hometown on the Game Show Network television show “Wheel of Fortune.” A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the 21-year-old internet broadcaster, Mickle dedicated his episode to his late father who once shared his love of the game and inspired Mickle to audition last year.

Logan DiVerniero (left), rehearses as the Ghost of Christmas Present alongside Michael O’Neill, as Ebenezer Scrooge for Clearview Regional High School’s fall performance of “A Christmas Carol.”

After nearly a decade, Clearview returns to the stage this fall with ‘A Christmas Carol’

For the first time in approximately 10 years, Clearview Regional High School will return to the stage to present a fall play, a performance that intends to uphold the high standards of the renowned spring musical. This year, travel with Ebenezer Scrooge through the past, present and future of Christmas in the classic tale of “A Christmas Carol,” where both high school and middle school students will be on the stage together in a performance of song and theatrics.