Bland music winners selected
The Gloucester, Lancas-ter, Mathews and Middlesex Lions hosted a combined Lions Clubs Bland Scholarship Competition on February 19 at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury in Irvington. There were seven students who performed in front of an audience of 75 persons.
Willow Pedersen, an eighth-grader at West Point Middle School, placed first in the Prose Interpretation event of the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Regional Forensics Tournament. Pederson will perform her piece, an exciting excerpt from “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, at the VHSL State Forensics Tournament on March 24 in Harrisonburg.
Joshua Brown graduated on February 24 from the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) with an Air Conditioning and Heating Technology Diploma. ATI’s HVAC program is an approved two-year degree granting institution by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia and ACCSC.
02.29.2012Ware offers scholarship
Ware Academy in Gloucester is pleased to announce that it will award one, full-tuition scholarship for two years to a new, rising seventh grade student who meets the following criteria…