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Paul Blosser and Joe Quartuch honored at CHS Football game for service to the program

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Paul Blosser and Joe Quartuch were recognized at this past Friday evening’s home football game for their service to the Chesterton High School Football program.

Blosser, a retired social studies teacher, has been a member of the Chesterton High School “Chain Gang” for the last half century and has not missed a home Friday night football game in 50 years. He will continue be on the sideline working the chains.

Quartuch, a retired math teacher, has served as varsity timekeeper (scoreboard clock) for the past 51 years. Quartuch has decided to retire from scoreboard operation this season so he can sit in the stands and be a Trojan fan and enjoy the game.

“The CHS Athletic Department is indebted to these two gentlemen whose dedication and commitment to the student-athletes at CHS is unprecedented,” said Garry Nallenweg, CHS Athletic director. Nallenweg presented gifts to Blosser and Quartuch in appreciation for their unselfish dedication and commitment over the years to the CHS Football program.



Posted 9/3/2019





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