Story Time with Mr. Jeff

February 23, 2012|Jamie Shekels | Around Halfway

Story Time with Mr. Jeff will be held Thursday, March 1, from 11 to 11:45 a.m. in the Food Court area of Valley Mall. As part of the mall’s monthly “Just Mom and Me” program, Mr. Jeff, from Washington County Free Library, offers story time to preschool age children.  

Story time will take place the first Thursday of each month through May.

Doughnuts for Dads 

Hickory Elementary School will host Doughnuts for Dads on Friday, March 2. All dads of students are invited to attend. The event starts at 8 a.m.

Prekindergarten, kindergarten registration

Washington County Public Schools will hold countywide prekindergarten and kindergarten registration on Monday, March 26. Check with local school for more specific registration times and locations.

Character Counts! 

Each month, one student from each classroom at Hickory Elementary is designated as Character Counts! Good Citizens of the Month. Students are nominated by classroom teachers for demonstrating one of the six pillars of character.

The following is a list of students who were selected as good citizens for the month of January:

David Green, Makaya Robinson, Sonya Zarefoss, Caleb Rohrer, Corry Nelson, Lizzie Pierce, Jeremiah Wolfe, Airam Santiago, Emilee Shoop, Aleyz Bullard, Samuel Kline, Hailey Dawson, Garrett Shoemake, Lumisa Bista and Corbin Weaver.

Williamsport Harley chapter makes donation

In October, the Harley-Davidson Motor Co. issued a nationwide challenge to the Harley Owners Group chapters across the country.

The challenge was for each chapter to raise $500 by the end of the year and donate it to the USO.

The members of Williamsport HOG Chapter 1544 raised $1,237.

The chapter decided not to stop there. They will collect donations throughout this year and plan on sending another check in December.

Mike Pearson, chapter assistant director, Michelle Stouffer, chapter director, and Jeff Davis, general manager of Harley-Davidson of Williamsport, presented the check recently.


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