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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 below. Remember to check back weekly for a new chance to win!

Bella was listening to a little Johnny Cash the other day and when she heard him sing, “I hear the train a coming, it’s coming round the bend,” she got so excited she had to go see a train. Do you know what small town train station Bella is sitting at?

The winners who correctly identified Bella’s location in the June 15th issue are: Susan E. Davidson, Bowmansville, and Ron Stauffer, Denver. Bella was at Hawk Valley Golf Course.

 

Pack 38 Cub Scouts Place Flags At Lincoln Cemetery

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Pack 38 Cub Scouts of the Bethany U.C.C. recently was awarded a Youth Activity Award by the Ephrata VFW and Ladies Auxiliary for their help in placing flags in the Lincoln Cemetery.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (front) Elias Foran, Wolf; Kaleb Hogarth, Wolf; Jessica Klopp, Bear Scout Leader; Vincent Klopp, Bear; Gavyn Gerwitz, Wolf; Caleb Newswanger, Bear; Collin Foran, Assistant Wolf Leader; Cypress Seifarth, Tiger; (back) Kartrina Seifarth, Tiger Leader; Peggy Croft, VFW; Jessie Pierce, VFW; Mary Getz, Auxiliary President; Ryan Newswanger, Cub Master; Greg Gerwitz, Cub Master; and Shaun Hogarth, Den Leader.

 

2016 Outstanding Athletes

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The Cocalico High School Athletic Department recently held its annual Senior Athlete Recog­nition Night. Athletes receiving the E. Jerry Brooks Academic/Athletic Medal included: Emily Harting, Casey Sawyer, Kenneth Wallace, Danielle Witmer, Victoria Janke, Gavin Stark, Jasa Lorah, Emily White, Lindsey Caiazzo and Ian Arcudi.

The Fackler/Hower Sports­manship Medals were awarded to Emily Stauffer and Tucker Lescoe.

Head coaches presented the Most Valuable Player plaques to the following athletes: Brett Geib – Baseball; J. Tucker Lescoe – Boys’ Basketball; Jasa Lorah – Girls’ Basketball; Hannah Keller – Bowling; Emily Harting – Cheerleading; Kenneth Wallace – Boys’ Cross Country; Casey Sawyer –Girls’ Cross Country; Chloe Lucky – Field Hockey; Dominic Fabiani- Football; Daniel Fieger – Golf; Caleb Hooper – Boys’ Lacrosse; Jasa Lorah – Girls’ Lacrosse; Matthew Mc­Kinney – Boys’ Soccer; Emily Zwiercan – Girls’ Soccer; Jessica Snader– Softball; Eric Guth­ridge – Boys’ Swimming; Lydia Bearinger – Girls’ Swimming; Connor Martin – Boys’ Tennis; Shannon Glover – Girls’ Tennis; Abdul Saad – Boys’ Track; Emily Stauffer – Girls’ Track; Nicolas Baxter-Boys’ Volleyball; Megan Gingrich – Girls’ Volleyball; Trevor Fichthorn – Wrestling.

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Choral Festival Standouts

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Congratulations to both Ethan Fasnacht (shown in photo, seated) and Hannah Rodriguez (standing) for being selected by audition to participate in the 2015-2016 District 7 Choral Festival which was held locally at Hempfield High School. Ethan was also selected to accompany the 200-voice choir on piano. Additional congratulations are due to Ethan Fasnacht for attending the Regional Chorus as both a bass vocalist and a piano accompanist.

 

Digital Movie Awarded First Place At Computer Fair

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After wining first place in Digital Movie at the Regional Computer Fair, three Cocalico High School students entered their digital movie in the State Pennsylvania Computer Fair at Dickinson College.

Gabriella Marrero, daughter of Raymond and Trina Marrero of Stevens, Emma Mohlenhoff, daughter of Craig and Amy Mohlenhoff of Reinholds, and Bailey Leasure, daughter of Dianne and Christopher Leasure of Denver, worked together to create a five-minute movie called “Fantasma.” The movie tells a story about two best friends who were kidnapped. Told from the point of view of the survivor, the film recounts the death of one of the girls. Although the team filmed and edited the move in about a week, they plan to make very few changes before they take the movie to the state competition.

 
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