These Beverly-Center Elementary students were honored by their teachers for showing "Cadet Pride" in the classroom for the months of August and September:
Mrs. Fryman, Kindergarten Cadence Waller and Emmie Duskey; Mrs. Spurr, Kindergarten Layton Stewart and Gianna Kasun; Ms. Chevalier, First Grade Ross Schultheis and Teya Ragalyi; Mrs. Pierce, First Grade Makenna Long and Wyatt Shuster; Ms. Archer, Second Grade Sadie Wentz and Chelsey Davis; Mrs. Bohl, Third Grade Katie Muir and Catie Sleek; Mrs. Sampson, Third Grade Kolton Zimmer and Isis Streight; Mrs. McIntyre, Fourth Grade Jonathon Garvin and Colleen Campbell; Mrs. Curry, Fifth Grade Caeley Mincks, Joseph Zimmer, and Jaymison Baker; Mrs. Ross, Fifth Grade Bradley Bee and Brady Schilling; Mr. Hennes, Sixth Grade Matt Duskey and Caitlin Kincaid; Mr. Nelson, Sixth Grade Nate Brothers and Alexandra Dixon.
Students chosen as "Student of the Month" demonstrate the school theme of "Character, Attitude, Determination, Effort, Team Work, Pride, Respect, Integrity, Dependability, and Encourage" Cadet Pride. All honored students have their photos displayed on the "Cadet Pride" bulletin board in the school foyer and attended a "Student of the Month" pizza party hosted by Beverly-Center principal Mrs. Megan Miller.
"ACTS OF KINDNESS" PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
The Beverly Fifth Street Church of Christ is sponsoring a fall and winter clothing and toy give away Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8 a.m. 12 noon. Clean and gently-worn clothing and well cared for toys will be available free of charge. The Acts of Kindness program is a church outreach of neighbors reaching neighbors and connecting with the community. The Church of Christ is located at the corner of fifth and Center streets in Beverly and the event will be held in the church basement. For further information, call (740) 984-4180.
BEVERLY LIBRARY SPONSORING EVENTS
School-aged children are invited to the Beverly Library on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 3:30 p.m. for a Twilight Trivia Contest. For more information about the contest, contact the library at 984-4060.
The Beverly Branch of the Washington County Library is hosting a "Save the Dream" event Wednesday, November 14 from 7 p.m. 8 p.m. The Ohio Housing Finance Agency is helping Ohioans avoid foreclosure, and more unemployed and underemployed Ohioans may be eligible for mortgage assistance through Restoring Stability: A Save the Dream Ohio Initiative. Homeowners who are in foreclosure, delinquent, or fear they may miss a mortgage payment may call the Save the Dream Ohio hotline at 888-404-4674 or visit with a representative at the Beverly Public Library at the time and date listed above.
Connect Ohio has implemented a statewide broadband training program called Every Citizen Online or ECO in order to increase sustainable broadband adoption in Ohio. The project provides free computer training sessions at public libraries and other locations throughout Ohio and teaches new users how to access the Internet and how to best use all the Internet has to offer. The Beverly Public Library is offering these classes on Monday, Nov. 19 from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Sign-up is a must, so those interested are asked to call (740) 373-6283 to register.
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Sue Sampson is a longtime columnist for The Parkersburg News & Sentinel.