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“Cinderella’s Closet” Is National Honor Society’s Project

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Under the leadership of senior Julie Shupp, members of the Cocalico Chapter of the National Honor Society are preparing for “Cinderella’s Closet,” a chance for girls to browse among donated gowns, shoes and accessories. Donated gowns may be dropped off at the high school office during regular business hours until Wednesday, March 14.

“Cinderella’s Closet” will be open for Cocalico High School students planning to attend prom on Wednesday, March 14, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Wednesday, March 21, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Delaney Wise, Julie Shupp, Kira Dickson, Erin Ziegler, Skyra Heckman, Katlyn Blumenshine and Mackenzie Hainley.

 

Northern Lancaster County Chamber Names Board

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The Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce held its 2018 Annual Address and Breakfast at Foxchase Golf Club, Stevens, recently. The address featured several important announcements this year. Most notably, after speaking with Chamber members, the Ephrata Area Chamber has decided to launch an ambitious rebrand campaign in 2018 that will transition the Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce to the Northern Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce. The rebrand will allow for the Chamber to enhance their regional impact while featuring the strong businesses and diverse communities that make up Northern Lancaster County.

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“One School, One Book” Reaches District Elementary Students

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Ephrata Area School District has launched a new program - One School, One Book - across all four elementary schools. The program is designed to create a “book club” among over 1,500 district students, their families and teachers during January and February.

Video clues were played for students through the end of January to spur interest and help them make predictions about the book title. The final clue revealed “Winter according to Humphrey” at elementary assemblies on Wednesday, January 31, where students also received their own book.

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Adamstown Elementary Holds “Academic Showcase”

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Eighty-four students recently participated in Adamstown Elementary’s annual “Academic Showcase.” Students in grades first through fifth were invited to participate.

The showcase is an event that encourages students to research and dig deeper into an area of individual interest. Topics fall into many categories such as history, science, pop culture, sports, robotics, famous people and hobbies. After researching their area of interest, students share their learning with others through some kind of visual display of their choice. It is exciting to see students’ enthusiasm for their topics and for sharing their new-found knowledge.

Shown are students and families checking out the many projects on display.

 
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