Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Good morning dear readers: How’s everyone this week? How about that crazy weather we have been having? My closet is full of all weather gear. You never know what to put on for the day. And, even if the weatherman predicts warm weather, you just have to wait and see here by Lake Ontario.
YEARBOOK DEDICATION HELD
The yearbook dedication was announced this week, and retirees Jackie Benton and Kathy McIntosh were honored for their many years of service to Wilson Central School. Best wishes to all of our students and teachers as they close the book on another successful school year.
WILSON SCHOOL NEWS
Thank you to all who donated to sophomore Emma Okoniewski’s “Dimes for Diabetes” campaign. She collected $296 and will be forwarding it to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Congratulations to seniors Isaiah Barrett, Alyssa Schlosser and Kaylee Stoelting, who were honored recently at the PAL League Dinner that recognizes students for their contributions in the areas of scholarship, service and leadership.
Wilson high school the seniors celebrated their last days of high school life last week, highlighted by an impressive Class Night cere- mony where more than $8.2 million was offered to them in scholarship and grant money.
The annual Wilson Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Sept. 27. The “Class of 2014” inductees are: 1999 Girls Soccer Team coached by Meg Thompson, Ed Goodnight, supporter; Ray Groff, coach; Ed Kiely, athlete; Meghan McCabe and Roger Moore, athletes.
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