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Guess “Where’s Bella?” And Barnstorm

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The “Where’s Bella?” contest continues with a new photo and location. Shopping News readers have the opportunity to win four field box tickets to a 2016 Lancaster Barnstormers baseball game during their regular season.

By correctly identifying the location in which Bella, the black lab, is photographed, your entry will be entered to win a weekly random drawing. Two winners will be selected each week. This week, the contest entry form, rules and regulations can be found on page 17A. Remember to check back weekly for a new chance to win!

Bella is always on guard for ways to enjoy the summer season, so she met with Jim Summers this week to hear his suggestions on beating the heat this summer. The large slide in the background was suggested, but Bella took a rain check on that adventure for now. Do you know where Bella is?

The winners who correctly identified Bella’s location in the April 13th issue are: Holly Rutt, Stevens, and Donald H. Sullenberger, Jr., Ephrata. Bella was at Leid, Lorah & Company, P.C.

 

Garden Spot FFA Agriculture Department Plant Sale

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The Garden Spot FFA Ag Department will be holding a Spring Plant Sale from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 8. The sale hours will be as follows: Friday from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. They will be selling bedding plants (annuals and perennials), herbs, succulents, vegetables, hanging baskets and potted plants for Mother’s Day! Proceeds will help to make improvement to the school greenhouse including purchasing a shade cloth and also purchasing new tables to replace broken/breaking tables.

Shown in the greenhouse are, from left to right, Cheyenne Janer-Jones, Andrea Weaver, Michaiah Messner, Ally Grist, Selena Jagiah and Heather Zest.

 

Brecknock “Day Of Service” Celebrates Compassion

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Brecknock Elementary School held their Annual “Day of Service” recently to honor former Brecknock teacher Mrs. Lisa Horning. Mrs. Horning always encouraged her students to show compassion for others by supporting organizations that help those in need. This year’s “Day of Service” focused on helping Cross Connection Ministry of New Holland.

Shown with collected items are, from left to right, Cadye, Jacey, Francis, Shey, Maiea and Kylie.

 

Student Government Holds Cookbook Fundraiser

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Over the past few months, members of the Student Government at Cocalico High School have been working in collaboration with a local nonprofit organization, Jan’s Circle of Friends. Jan’s Circle of Friends provides financial support to groups, organizations or agencies that offer or want to implement a mental health care program for children of domestic violence or parental loss. Together, by the ideas and initiative of students, they have collaborated a “Cocalico Community Cookbook” set to be available for purchase throughout the school and community. The Cookbook consists of over 200 recipes collected from students, teachers and families of Jan Roseboro. There is a cost. Once ordered, you will be able to pick up the cookbooks on Friday, May 20, between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. in the Cocalico High School cafeteria. For more information or for a price, call Ken Wallace at 717-572-5619.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, is Ken Wallace, Susan Van Zant and Olivia Voler.

 

Regional Scholastic Writing Winners Are Named

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The 2015/2016 Ephrata High School Scholastic Writing Award Regional winners have been announced! This contest is sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, the oldest, longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for public and private students in grades seventh to twelfth for achievement in the visual arts and creative writing. Regional winners and their families were honored at the Scholastic Award Ceremony at Millersville University’s Ware Center. Gold Key: The highest level of achievement on the regional level. Gold Key works are forwarded to New York City for national adjudication. Silver Key: Works worthy of recognition on the regional level. Honorable Mention: Work demonstrating artistic potential.

Congratulations to all the students who received Regional Scholastic Writing awards. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (front row, Gold Key winners) Kevin Helock, Brooke Ludwig, Ally Ludwig, Ethan Brubaker, Kayley Eshleman, Julie Walker, Drake Jacobs; (back row, Honorable Mention and Silver Key winners) Seth Bollinger, Emily Pauley, Carly Ludwig, Maya Chedraoui, Elizabeth Martin (Silver Key), Rachel Waddell, Misee Vang, Carly Snyder and Meg Swenson.

 
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