Spirit ribbons benefit Bison Bistro


Mrs. Mease’s student sell ribbons for each football game to raise money to support the Bison Bistro.

Emily Hanes, Staff Writer

The Bison Bistro Club at Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School is selling Bison Spirit Ribbons. The Bison Bistro Club is a small restaurant delivery business at school. It sells and delivers meals, created by Ms. Mease’s students, to faculty and staff members. The ribbons are sold every Friday during the football season. You can find the ribbons being sold in the front commons in the morning before school starts, during all three lunches, and you can stop by room 102 to purchase a ribbon.

The ribbons benefit the Bison Bistro projects; also proceeds will go to community service activities throughout the year. Ms. Mease came up with the idea of the ribbons. The ribbons have the week’s opponent on them for the football game along with graphics and slogans to go along with the team.

The Spirit Ribbons come from a tradition from years ago. Ms. Mease said: “I went to school at Clearfield High School from 1984-1988.  The cheerleaders sold the ribbons every week during the football season.  I was in the band and could never wait to get my ribbon!  You had to track down a cheerleader early in the day or they would sell out.”

The Bison Bistro Club will be having more merchandise to show “school spirit” for all the athletics. Be sure to keep watching for that to come very soon. The club wants to thank everyone for buying the ribbons and having support for The Bison Bistro.