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.March 13, 2019—~JOURNAL OPINION—Page Oxbow fans had a lOt tO cheer during the girls basketball team’s run to the state championship game on March 9 in the Barre Auditorium. The Olympians hung tou h against the 2"“ seeded Thetford Academy in the final, but their Cinderella story came up short against the anthers who won their second state title in three years. JO PHOTO BY RICHARD SWENSON The Waits River Valley School campus was a little brighter than usual last week as students, staff, and community members who took their handcrafted lanterns out for a nighttime stroll. Pictured are Mrs. Eccher’s 1st grade scholars proudly displaying their lanterns before departing their classroom to join the parade. COURTESY PHOTO Wells River Savings Bank has been there to help your LOCAL communities maintain healthy, thriving community centers Immmuww- mm, m MARGARET PRATT C0 M as u N ITY RIVER SAVINGS m m ...for over 12.5 years SINCE Wells River - Newbury - Bradford WELLS Fairlee East Thetford 802-757-2361 800-371-2361 www.mllSTWersavingscom Waits River Valley School 7"1 grader Huyler Phelps gets ready to lead the The River of Light parade on March 7. A River of Light works to bring the joy and magic of a lantern parade to local communities through social engagement, creative art-making and celebratory events. After hearing about the work of Gowri Savoor, April Hallock organized-an ln-service with the artist for teachers and the lantern creating began.,“The River of Light parade..:at.c’Walts River Valley School was a beautiful and magical representation of the kindness in our community,” wrote school officials in an email. COURTESY PHOTO PVS student goes to state geo bee PIERMONTwWesley Reeves, an eighth grade student at Piermont Village School and the son of Rachael Brown and Brian Reeves, is m. rg‘lrl err .40» t Automotive Sender: Center 585 Benton Road North Haverhill, NH 03774 603-787-6408 service.rmautonh@gmail.com Please Call or Email to Schedule an Appointment u,- Witt-l ---------- III“ \ {gaunt Ron 8: Mary DeRosia one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee New Hamp- shire State Competition. The con- test will be held at Keene State College on March 29. This is the second level of the National Geographic GeoBee com— petition, which is now in its 3151 year. School GeoBees were held in schools with fourth— through eighth- WESLEY REEVES grade students throughout the state to determine each school champion. School champions then took an online qualifying test, which they submitted to the National Geo- graphic Society. The National Geo- graphic Society has invited up to 100 of the top-scoring students in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Department Of Defense Dependents Schools and US. terri- tories to compete in the State GeoBees. This year, National Geographic increased the prize money for all State GeoBees. State champions will receive a medal, $1,000 in cash, and other prizes, as well as a trip to Washington, DC, to represent their North Country Longspurs DOUGH BOY’S PIZ MONDAYS: DART TOURNAMENTS STARTING AT 6 SUNDAYS: WATCH THE NASCAR RAcE WITH US & ENJOY OUR SUNDAY SPECIALSl HOURS: SUN 11AM-8PM OPEN MON/WED/THU 11AM ~8PM MIC: FRI 11AM-10PM o SAT 11AM-9PM FRIDAYS & CLOSED TUESDAYS SATURDAYSI UP2%'¥§;‘{ES 134 MAIN ST., BRADFORD, 4 PM TO HALF-HOUR Doughboyspizza802@yahoo.com BEFORE .r tacehem‘x Corned Beef & Cabbage Supper ' Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Fairlee Community Church of Christel On the Common, Fairlee, Vtw 5:30 PM ,f $12 Suggested Donation Takeouts Available Join us for an Evening of Good Food Good Com an m NWTF HUNTING HERITAGE BANQUET Saturday, April 6, 2019 pm. at Northern VT University-Lyndon (LSC) SEATING IS LIMITED. DEADLINE IS MARCH 29 ' 8024495132 “i Handicapped Accessible 24TH ANNUAL For more information and to get a registration form, call Colleen Racenet at 802-535-7459 or email colleen.racenet@ mail.com Established Malcolm Ward. Time to Think PeTll-lllE ' 4 Tires Mlllllll 8: Balanced - 4 Wheel Alignment cheek ' Brake Insnection - 27 Mufti-Point Insneotion *th applicable with other coupons. Must present coupon at the time of purchase. Limit of one coupon per customer. Valid from March 13-April 30, 2019. CISEMRCIL.ET we ; igrwe renew , 60m WHIS fill/Eli I 802-757-2311 - 800-468-2956 o-www.we|lsriverchevy.com l state in the National Championship I I to be held at National Geographic _ Society headquarterg, May M I Jct. Rte. 5 . Wells River, VT . Mon 88m . Satggfil? I Students whollcome in second anid (.71: \' I: R'l'. m . w mom I '» fl “Imaw m My REWARDS by. I . . ' Si e 81 Land Develo men 0 n ear n ' ues ian eeds p I I I) 'r mi. third place W] recelve caSh awar S 0 Potnd Construction p t ' his: gbnsinfction ' ficnevtvrork N I L I ’ “@wensnver” I of $300 and $100, respectively. ' Tennis Court Construction ' Setic S stems (W S’NH Licensed) . II-III-II-----------------------l