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This November 21 go the EXTRA mile for Warwick Education Foundation. On that day, we’re participating in the Extraordinary Give, Lancaster County’s Largest Day of Giving. For 24-hours only, visit ExtraGive.org, make a donation (min. $25) and every dollar you donate will be stretched by $250,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and their presenting sponsors. PLUS, there’s an additional $50,000 in prizes we can win just from your donation! Remember to visit ExtraGive.org and your donation will go even further for our community.
When You Give Extra, Extraordinary Things Happen!
Mark your calendars, Tell your Friends, Give Extraordinary on November 21.
More info at ExtraGive.org.
Representatives from Cargill’s Lititz-based Cargill Cares Council presented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Warwick Education Foundation to help provide new and innovative programs for student education in the Warwick School District. The employee-managed council is active in the community, providing financial support and encouraging fellow employees to participate in volunteer service.
Pictured left to right are: Cargill Cares member Anna Charles, Grant Hummer, President of the Warwick Education Foundation, and Carey Sliko, President of Cargill Cares.
Students showed good form and plenty of sportsmanship in the mechanical bull riding competition at this year’s Warwick Education Foundation Family Fun Day at High Sports in Lititz. The first-place trophy winner in the high school category was Bradley McCauley, who rode the bull for 18 seconds. Anthony Johnson-Ortiz placed second in the high school competition with a ride time of 15 seconds. Top honors in the middle school age group went to Madelyn Phillips with a ride time of 4.85 seconds.
Pictured standing left to right are mechanical bull ride competitors Madelyn Phillips, Anthony Johnson-Ortiz, Chris Spatz, Bradley McCauley, and Hailey Reading. Seated are Interact Club members Amanda Graber and Casie Stief. … more