One hundred two Neshaminy High School juniors and seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society during a ceremony Thursday, October 15th, attended by the students, their families, NHS and district administrators.
Honored guest Frank Farry (142nd District PA State Representative) presented Connor with special commendations from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and the United States Congress, including an American flag flown over the U.S. Capitol in his honor.
Connor is a senior at Neshaminy High School and a founding member of Troop 316 of the Washington Crossing Council, Boy Scouts of America. He has held numerous positions of responsibility in the Troop, including patrol leader and senior patrol leader.
Joey is the third Neshaminy choir member to ever receive this recognition. On Wednesday, October 28th, he performed in the All-National Honor Ensembles Concert, along with 673 high school students from 49 states.
The Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre has announced an open casting call for its 2016 production of “The Music Man.” This classic Broadway musical, with music and lyrics by Meredith Wilson, is beloved by audiences since it first opened on Broadway in 1957, winning five Tony awards. This year will mark the 60th anniversary production by NVMT.
Bucks County residents three-years-old or older are eligible for free flu vaccinations on Saturday, October 10th, at Neshaminy High School, 2001 Old Lincoln Highway, Langhorne. Flu shots will be administered from 10:00am to 2:00pm as part of Bucks County’s ninth pandemic flu drill.
Those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. More information is available by calling the Bucks County Department of Health at 215-345-331.
The First Annual Middletown Community Foundation 5K Run/1-Mile Walk will be held on October 4th, at Neshaminy High School. All funds raised at this event will be used to fund scholarships.
The Foundation’s board of directors established the community service scholarships in 2002 as a way to encourage Middletown Township students to give back to their community. Each student applicant must submit a minimum 250-word essay describing their service, along with information on an adult who can verify the information. In 13 years, 152 seniors have been recognized for significant contributions and awarded scholarships totaling $152,250.
The Neshaminy High School Golf Boosters invites you to a golf outing at Middletown Country Club on Friday, August 14th, noon registration and 1:00pm tee-off (shotgun start).
The cost is $100 per player, which includes golf, a cart, lunch, dinner, and beverages.
Opportunities are available for hole sponsorships and raffle donations. For more information and registration forms, navigate to this web page: http://www.neshaminy.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=1344. Proceeds benefit the NHS golf program.
Sharing a congratulatory moment following the announcement at historic Playwicki Farm are (front row from left) Rose McMenamin, a scholarship committee co-chairperson, (Brian and Gabriella) Linda Pupkiewicz, recording secretary and scholarship committee co-chairperson and Ed Shannon, chairperson of the FBA golf outing, (back row, left and right) Mike Wielehowski, sergeant-at-arms and golf committee member and Charles Roman, a member of the scholarship committee.