The York County 4-H Beef Club held its annual awards banquet on Jan. 26 to recognize members for outstanding achievement with their projects.Read More
The event will benefit Jhonen Sullivan, who is undergoing chemo treatments after being recently diagnosed with leukemia. He is the son of Jen Weaver, a member of Black Rock Rollers, which is co-hosting the fundraiser.
The cost for the buffet is $9.95 per person, with $4 of each purchase going directly to Jhonen and his family. Half price will be charged for children ages 8-12 and those ages 7 and younger can eat for free. Non-alcoholic drinks are included in the price of the buffet.Read More
The Harold H. Bair American Legion Post 14 and Auxiliary Unit 14, of Hanover, honored 32 eighth-graders, who were selected based on honor, scholarship, service, Americanism, leadership and courage, during the 89th annual Eighth Grade Awards Ceremony in April. Five Americanism essay winners were also recognized.Read More
York Day Nursery hosted the 2012 class of Future Leaders of York in November.
Leadership York’s Future Leaders of York program provides opportunities for high school sophomores and juniors to learn about human services organizations to encourage life-long community participation.
Pictured, Kelsey Sersen, a sophomore at South Western High School, spends time with Heaven Poindexter during her visit to York Day Nursery.Read More
The teens and adult leaders spent the day hiking and cleaning the trail on Oct. 9.
They started at the New Freedom Rail Depot and ended in Glen Rock.Read More
Members of the York County 4-H Rabbit Club recently showed their rabbits at the York County 4-H Rabbit Show.
The judge was Alex Moore of Glenville.
Shannon Miller won Best in Show with her Flemish giant rabbit, Whooper. Mariah Bupp’s Jersey Wooly was the Best Opposite in Show.
In the Showmanship Competition, winners are:
– First place, Mariah Bupp, the daughter of Holly Sipling, of Thomasville.
Second place, Shannon Miller, the daughter of Robert and Linda Miller, of York.
– Third place, Colton Spangler, the son of Larry and Joy Spangler, of York.
– First place, Eliana Hamon, the daughter of Raeann and Jeff Hamon, of East Berlin.
– Second place, Montana Stump, the daughter of Loretta Stump, of York
4-H is open to youth ages 5-18. For more information, call Mary Jo Kraft, Penn State Extension office, (717) 840-7408.Read More
Highlights of the event included vocal solos by Hanover Public School students Madison Maloney and Breene Sheaffer, led by Ms. Deb Smith; and story time led by Sarah Campbell with Guthrie Memorial Library.
Attendees also enjoyed time to shop and played games. The event concluded with a raffle for two American Girl dolls. The dolls were won by Mikayla Gebehart and Sarah McComas (pictured). The YWCA of Hanover would like to extend a thank you to the numerous volunteers and participants that made this event a success. Plan ahead and to mark your calendar now for next year’s tea on Saturday, Sept. 22.
For more information on YWCA Hanover programs, events, and services, visit www.ywcahanover.org or call (717) 637-2125.Read More
York Day Nursery’s Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts student, Thyse Keiser, grins with delight as he receives his new back-to-school backpack from his teacher, Kari Roberts.
The backpacks were generously donated to the entire class by the local area State Farm Insurance agents and United Way of York County.
York Day Nursery has been serving the York community for more than 75 years as a United Way Member Agency. It offers educational programs designed around children’s developmental levels and interests. The organization has been Awarded National Accreditation by NAEYC and a Four Star Performance designation (the highest level) by PA Keystone STARS for providing a safe, stimulating environment.
For more information, call Catherine Repman, executive director, at 854-1300, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
York Day Nursery’s early childhood educator Kari Roberts, pictured below, left, welcomes 4-year-old Autumn Walker and her mother, Erin Walker, Sept. 6, the first day of school for Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts students.
Pre-K Counts provides high quality pre-kindergarten opportunities to 4-year-olds at no cost to families. Children at risk of school failure, either because of income, language or special needs issues are eligible to apply.
York Day Nursery, York County’s oldest child care center, is one of only six Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts sites in the county.
For more information regarding the York Day Nursery or Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts, call Catherine Repman, executive director, at 854-1300, or email email@example.com.Read More