Rotary Club of Doylestown presents scholarships to three CB High School seniors

The Rotary Club of Doylestown presented three high school seniors from Central Bucks School District with the first $1000 installment of a renewable scholarship on May 28th.

The students who received scholarships are Adrianna Vernace, Central Bucks High School East; James Kellerher, Central Bucks High School West; and Margaret Mary Walsh, Central Bucks High School South. The scholarships are intended to help the students finance their continued education and are renewable for three additional years to students who maintain their academic standing while actively participating in community service activities.

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Scenes from the CB School District Art Show

  1. Ava Morgan, a student at Pine Run Elementary, models her “Hippie-Henna” hand.
  1. Mill Creek Elementary student, Bella Skurbe, displays her work consisting of black printing ink and color pencil shading.
  1. Jack Cochran, of Kutz Elementary, points out his work.
  1. Butler Elementary student, Kole Miller, with a heavy sculpture.
  1. Katie Meeks (Groveland Elementary) shows off her “Butterfly on Pink Flower.”
  1. Corey Brillman (Buckingham Elementary) with a slice of ceramic pizza.
  1. The talented and dedicated Art Education staff at Central Bucks School District.
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Scenes from the Thompson Bucks County Classic

  1. Nicole Michael, of Solebury, shows off her award.
  1. Reigg Wurst, of Buckingham, has a professional look.
  1. Matthew Foster, of Furlong, on the pedal cart racetrack.
  1. Ava and Emilia Williams, of Doylestown, take a break after their ride.
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Bucks Country 4-H goes to Show

At the Middletown Grange Fair, 4-H members from all throughout Bucks County gathered to showcase their animal projects. There were almost 600 animals at this year’s fair, including alpacas, beef and dairy cattle, goats, poultry, rabbits and cavies, sheep, swine, and even a lone llama. Members worked with their animals all summer long to get themselves and their animals ready to enter these show rings. And what a show it was! These members could be seen using every available hour washing, clipping, and otherwise beautifying their animals and when these animals entered the ring you could tell that they were looking their very best.

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