Bedford Middle School pupils honored

Six students recently were recognized with Bison Awards for January and February at the Bedford Middle School. To be eligible for the award, a student must be “caught” doing a random act of kindness. Twenty-two students were included in the drawing. Each winner received a $25 gift card to Walmart from the school resource officer, Joe Kovel. Pictured are, front, from left, seventh grader Zoey Ellsworth, seventh grader Kyler Weyant and sixth grader Rebecca Steele; and back: sixth grader Ryen Cobak, eighth grader Nathaniel Ritchey, eighth grader Kayden Ritchey and Kovel.

Applications accepted

Bedford Business & Professional Club is offering scholarships to graduating senior girls in Bedford County. Applications have been emailed to all the county school guidance counselors. Graduating senior girls can ask their guidance counselors for applications to complete and return to Jeannie Plummer by March 31. Questions will be answered by calling 327-1261 or 623-5510.

Scholarship offered

Applications for scholarships funded through the MHBC Foundation will be accepted until March 31. The scholarships are available for students entering health professions. Interested students should complete an application and supply supporting documents. For more information, call Sandy at 623-3773.

Tussey students honored

Tussey Mountain High School has announced its February Students of the Month. Students are nominated for positive contributions to the school, personal improvements, and/or accomplishments. Honorees are, from left, Kaitlyn Lashinsky, ninth grade, daughter of Trevor and Erin Lashinsky of Dudley; Ryley Runk, 10th grade, daughter of Matt and Heather Runk of Saxton; Meghan Molosky, 11th grade, daughter of Jeremy and Suzanne Molosky of Saxton; and Nevin Sloan, 12th grade, son of Keith and Donna Sloan of Hopewell.

Tech center to host car show

Bedford County Technical Center’s Automotive Technology program is hosting a car show on May 16 at the parking lot of the technical center. A time has not yet been set. The fundraiser will help with the cost of activities, field trips and other expenses incurred by students. The program is seeking donations to use in a basket raffle at the show. Donations may include, but are not limited to, baskets that are filled or items to complete a basket such as gift certificates, gift cards, and/or theme-related items. The deadline for donations is May 8. Call 623-2760 ext. 4153 or email klawton@bedfordctc.org for any questions or to register a car for the show.

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