“Every year, it just gets a little bit bigger. Every year, we set a new participation record. Last year we had just over 800 runners, and this year we’re hoping to beat that."
Sometimes we believe that our voice doesn’t matter in politics; that our elected officials are somehow beyond our reach. This is especially true for high school students who lack connections and the money to attend expensive big-ticket fundraising events.
“I am optimistic for our team. We have some wrestlers that have done very well,” head coach Russ Crump said.
The inaugural boys and girls basketball season for Providence Hall High School has not been without its bumps and bruises. But the girls and boys coaches both believe the program is beginning to be established and headed in the right direction.
Aysa Johnson, who just turned 19, recently worked in a Tanzanian operating room as a part of a two-week service mission.
“It’s a cultural Asian pageant, and the main goal is to bring Asian women together to preserve their ancestry . . . It’s done every year to unite the Asian communities. It’s a great platform to raise awareness for our Asian heritage and traditions."
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Desert Star Playhouse sets sail with “Pirates of the Scaribbean: Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Fun!”
We lose more of our World War II veterans each day. As their numbers dwindle rapidly, time is of the essence in helping them be able to visit the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. built in their honor.
Never underestimate what a group of dedicated teenagers can do when they set their minds and hearts on a task.
“Overall, I am pleased with our team. We have the depth and are a year older and a year better. We have the potential to be a very good team and expect to get better every time we step on the floor."