PV Second Grade Students present Charlotte’s Web

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – Various barn animals and farm people lined the hallways at VMPAC on Wednesday, April 12 as Doris Beckwith’s second grade class from PV Primary School prepared to take their entrance for their class play Charlotte’s Web.(From April 21 edition of The News).

PV Primary School learns about their new buddy bench

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – Music blasted music throughout PV Primary School for second, third and fourth graders as they made their way into the gymnasium for a school assembly this past week in order to learn about a recently finished buddy bench project.(From April 21 edition of The News).

Andover Community Center attendees get artsy

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – Community members found another use for wrapping paper thanks to Artist Lydia Bartholow who taught them how to make a paper flower craft out of it at Andover Community Center on Tuesday, April 18.(From April 21 edition of The News).

PV BOE acknowledges March students of the month

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – Lots of praise was given to two exemplary students, who both received recognition in being March student of the month on Monday, April 10 during PV BOE monthly meeting.(From April 14 edition of The News).

PV BOE honor wrestling champions and approve staff hirings for 2017-2018 year

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – PV BOE led by Superintendent Michael Candela, as well as by Coaches David Miller and David Benedict gave lots of recognition to State Wrestling Champion Gaige Willis and District Wrestling Champion Jacob Edelman during their monthly board meeting on Monday, April 10. (From April 14 edition of The News).

Pierpont Presbyterian Church Youth Group goes on 50+ years

by Lauren Sipple

 PIERPONT – For over fifty years now Pierpont Presbyterian Church has been conducting some sort of youth group for teenagers, one they original called JETS: Jesus Educates the Students but is now simply referred to as their church youth group.(From April 14 edition of The News).

PACOC makes plans for summer events in the area

by Lauren Sipple

ANDOVER – Upcoming events for the spring and summer were some of the main topics of discussion at Pymatuning Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting this past Wednesday, April 14 at Andover Public Library. (From April 14 edition of The News).