JAMESTOWN – Several artists with a passion to keep ancient arts and crafts alive dazzled spectators with their Arts 4 Everyone demonstrations on Saturday, Feb. 11 at historical Mark Twain Manor in Jamestown, Pa. (From Feb. 24 edition of The News)
ANDOVER – PV Primary students were bubbling over with excitement after attending an assembly on Friday, Feb. 17 featuring a day of chemistry hosted by COSI from the science museum in Central Columbus.(From Feb. 24 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – PV Music Teacher John Hulburt has been instructing music for almost 40 years now and will have been at PV for about 32 years when he retires at the end of the school year.(From Feb. 24 edition of the News)
ANDOVER – While many find an interest in the Revolutionary War through Hollywood productions, Andover resident Steve Hinson has a passion for history in real life, which he became deeply involved in around four or five years ago after becoming a member of Sons of American Revolution.(From Feb. 24 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – Four years ago Carol Loveland started a bell choir at Andover United Methodist Church to involve more children; a ministry that has since thrived.(From Feb. 24 of The News)
ANDOVER – Many community members offered their support in the fight against breast cancer by packing their way into the entranceway of the high school during PV’s annual Pink Out event held on Thursday, Feb. 9.(From Feb. 17 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – A few PV middle school students have been getting the feel of how a 3D printer works, thanks to their PV MS Science Teacher Robert Wludyga, who has allowed a group of students to work on several projects through an informal STEM club that he has been hosting at the school.
ANDOVER - Dana Anthony from Sheffield Township has just accepted position as postmaster for Andover Post Office, a position she was informed of on Thursday, Feb. 2.(From Feb. 17 edition of The News).
ANDOVER – On Friday, Feb. 10 PV Middle School PTO will be beginning preparations for their annual Chinese Auction fundraiser by offering the public the option of purchasing $5 entrance tickets for this year’s event. (From Feb. 10 edition of The News)