Local middle school places in PA Chess Championships

 

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West York Middle School Chess Team members from left, Augie Citrone, James Ye, Elizabeth Arbogast and Jack Citrone, display their trophies from placing 4th in the Pennsylvania State Scholastic Chess Championships.

 

 

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West York Middle School 6th graders Augie Citrone and Jack Citrone are shown with their individual trophies. Augie won 4 of his 5 matches, finishing in 5th place; and Jack also scored 4 victories, winning 3rd place.

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Students compete in chess championship

 

 

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From left, West York Middle School Chess Team members, Jack Citrone, Augie Citrone, Jason McSherry and Jacob Landis won 2nd place in the middle school junior varsity division of the Greater Baltimore Scholastic Chess Championship on Dec. 14. Augie Citrone also won an individual 3rd place trophy by winning four of his five matches.

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Team 225 TechFire finishes competition

 

 

Robots

 

FIRST Robotics Competition Team 225 TechFire finished the final competition of the 2013 season with a win at the Ramp Riot off-season robotics competition held at Wissahickon High School in Ambler.  Team 225 TechFire is a For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) team based in York.  The students on the team represent various high schools from the surrounding areas of York and Lancaster.
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First Lego League event

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York Country Day hosted a FLL scrimmage Nov. 9th. Seven local teams participated in the practice tournament. Shown are members of York Country Day School’s Lego Leaders team, representatives of the school’s after-school enrichment program: Coach Liz Charleston, Mia Arcieri, Eva Cihak,  Regan Spinner, Madelyn Glennon. The team is cheering after a successful robot maneuver.

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Adoption month

 

CHOY adoption staff at matching event

 

Children’s Home of York is celebrating National Adoption Month this November. Part of the Statewide Adoption and Permanency Network (SWAN), Children’s Home staff actively works to match children who wait for families while living in foster care. Pictured left to right are Annie Beck and Rachel Warren along with the York Revolutions mascot, DownTown at a recent adoption matching event.

 

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Students finish marathon

Monica Cornett, center, rallied and triumphed nine of her middle school students in completing a half marathon (13.1 miles) recently.

Participants shown from left to right are: Parker Chance, Nathan Bishop, Jared Becker, Abbie Clendaniel, Monica, Hannah Cornett, Tanner Martin, Grant Franko, and Hannah Starner. In the back are Jerry Mattern and John Notte. Not pictured-Laila Hosni.

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Take Your Child to Work Day

The Wagman Companies (G.A. & F.C. Wagman Inc. and Wagman Construction Inc.) hosted a summer version of Take Your Child to Work Day. Employees were invited to bring their children and grandchildren to work. They participated in several activities such as building wooden toolboxes and bird houses. Shown are some of the participants.

 

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