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Students participate in a game called “candy ball.” Playing are, from left, Rosendale-Brandon student Logan Sauer, German student Phil Battenfeld, Rosendale-Brandon student Tate Kimble, German student Max Loose and German student Tobias Badouin. In the game, players have to free treats from a Saran-Wrapped package while the player to their right rolls two dice; when the next player rolls doubles, the ball is passed to him or her, and the frenzy continues. German teacher Anna Priemer explained a similar game some play in Germany, where participants have to unwrap a chocolate bar encased in newspaper ... while wearing a winter hat, scarf and mittens. The cold-weather clothing then needs to be passed along with the candy.
Students participate in a game called “candy ball.” Playing are, from left, Rosendale-Brandon student Logan Sauer, German student Phil Battenfeld, Rosendale-Brandon student Tate Kimble, German student Max Loose and German student Tobias Badouin. In the game, players have to free treats from a Saran-Wrapped package while the player to their right rolls two dice; when the next player rolls doubles, the ball is passed to him or her, and the frenzy continues. German teacher Anna Priemer explained a similar game some play in Germany, where participants have to unwrap a chocolate bar encased in newspaper ... while wearing a winter hat, scarf and mittens. The cold-weather clothing then needs to be passed along with the candy.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:16 AM

Seventeen eighth-grade students and two teachers from Marburg, Germany, participated in an exchange in the Rosendale-Brandon School District from Feb. 2 to last Saturday.

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