Beverly-Waterford Community Pool hosts movie night
The Beverly-Waterford Community Pool is hosting Movie Night this Friday, July 19, from 8:30 – 10:30 p.m. Bring your float, bring your family and friends, and enjoy a movie at the pool. All paying customers will get one free bag of popcorn and the concession stand will also be open. Admission is $5 per person and children age 3 and under are free. Please remember, passes are excluded from these evening events. In case of inclement weather, check the website and/or Facebook page for rescheduling – www.facebook.com/savethebeverlypool.
Time is running out to make your plans for the 5th annual BrAva golf outing scheduled for Saturday, July 27 at Lakeside Golf Course in Beverly, OH. Check-in time is 7 a.m. with tee time slated for 8 a.m.
Four-person teams cost $250 with a skins game included. To register a four-person team, text or call Megan Lockhart at 740-350-6355 or email her at email@example.com Teams are limited to the first 36 teams registered and paid in full by check or credit card. Monetary prizes are awarded to the top teams. Additional skill prizes and a 50/50 drawing are planned, and a catered lunch is included. Golfers are reminded that no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted.
Sponsors and monetary donations are always welcome. To sponsor a hole or make any other kind of donation, text or call Traci Nichols at 740-350-5586 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate prizes for games, contact Lindsey Adams Morgenstern at 740-516-3282
To date, BrAva has donated more than $240,000 to CureSearch and local families affected by childhood cancer.
Since Christmas, no less than seven new families with children diagnosed with cancer have been adopted by BrAva, and this event, as well as others by this group, intend to continue their effort to help fund finding a cure for cancer.
FOURTH GRADERS HONORED
These Beverly-Center Elementary School fourth graders were honored at the school’s end-of-the-year awards assembly:
Students of the Month – September – Abi Huck and Roxi Strauss; October – Liberty Anderson and John Gilcrist; November Sydney Skinner and Adeline Willey; December – Sophie Schalitz and Jonas Wilson; January – Lucy Baker and Samuel Bricker; February – Aubrie Lang and Addison Steele; March – Kali Shilling and Reagan Witten; April – Kaley Good and Everett Sampson; May – Elizabeth Mincks and Hannah Weiker.
Almost Perfect Attendance – missing 2 days or less – Noah Garbo, Zach Holliday, Connor Jackson, Jace Slagle, and Everett Sampson.
Students making the greatest gains in iReady Reading were John Gilcrist, Connor Jackson, Aubrie Lang, Everett Sampson, and Sydney Skinner. “Right at the Top” in iReady Reading were Braxton Knock, Aubrie Lang, Everett Sampson, Sydney Skinner, and Roxi Strauss.
Making the greatest gains in iReady Math were Liberty Anderson, Connor Jackson, Everett Sampson, Roxi Strauss, and Adeline Willey. “Right at the Top” in iReady Math were Zachariah Holliday, Braxton Knock, Aubrie Lang, Everett Sampson, Sydney Skinner, and Roxi Strauss.
Sue Sampson is a longtime columnist for the Parkersburg News and Sentinel.