The Wren’s Nest in Middletown was the setting for the presentation of the Dr. J. Elmer Harp and Gloria M. Grossnickle Scholarship awards. With its history as a Middletown meeting place, the Wren’s Nest was the perfect location to hold this annual event.
Students from 10 different Frederick County public high schools walked into the cafeteria of Gov. Thomas Johnson Middle School on Thursday morning clad in black, blue, green and red graduation robes.
Graduates: Jacob Abel, Sarah Abouassali, Elena Aldana, Emma Allen, Genevieve Allen, Mackenzie Anders, David Anderson, Katherine Athey, Daniel Averill, Cody Ayers, Allison Baird, Matthew Barlow, Hayley Barnett, Kaitlyn Barratt, Makayla Barrett, Sabella Barron, Bailey Bateman, Bryan Beachley, …
A soft chorus of “whoas” and “wows” filled the air as 232 first-grade students watched a New Holland skid loader jerk forward and grab straw bales with its metal arms.
The Wren’s Nest in Middletown was the setting for the presentation of the Dr. J. Elmer Harp and Gloria M. Grossnickle Scholarship awards. With…
Students from 10 different Frederick County public high schools walked into the cafeteria of Gov. Thomas Johnson Middle School on Thursday mor…
A soft chorus of “whoas” and “wows” filled the air as 232 first-grade students watched a New Holland skid loader jerk forward and grab straw b…
Four area students who are pursuing studies in the medical field were awarded scholarships by the Dr. J. Elmer Harp Scholarship Fund and the G…
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