It was determined one camp and one garage were a complete loss with two additional camps, two outbuildings and a pavilion heavily damaged in the Wharton Township fire Sunday evening. Reports indicate approximately 10 acres burned in the wildfire.
The Easter Bunny will be at Highland Chocolates at 82 Main St., Wellsboro this Saturday, March 27 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to have his photo taken by children and adults. Featured during Saturday’s Open House from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. will be a wide assortment of handcrafted chocolates and candies To order by phone with front door pick up, call 570-724-6777.
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Mascho’s class at Charlotte Lappla Elementary School in Wellsboro, have been studying plants. Here, the group stands before a colorful display of flowers identifying the parts of the plant, hold sprout houses where they are trying to grow beans and their writing on how a seed becomes a plant. Students are (from left) Cate Dresser, Henry Hamm, Eoghan McCon
Sixth grade students in Mrs. Morral’s class at Rock L. Butler Middle School, Wellsboro, spent February researching notable figures of Black history, wrote a report on each, colored an image, then assembled a 4-foot by 6-foot paper ‘quilt.’ One student said the project demonstrated how important it is to pursue dreams and achieve them.
Wellsboro High School recognized Students of the Month for February: (from left) Olivia Chilson, ninth grade, fine arts (women’s choir, Dickens choir, band, chorus, school musical); Bailey Monks, 12th grade, athletics (basketball and volleyball); Madeline Gage, 10th grade, career and technical (accounting); and Regan Regina, 11th grade, academic and college prep plans to pursue (engineering/math-based career).