Founded in the 1960s by the Optimists on land donated to the city by the Tower family and now operated by EightCAP Inc., Camp Wah Wah Tay See has provided a summer camp experience for physically handicapped and cognitively impaired children and adults. Call it “a special camp for special people,” it offers the true camping experiences that everyone should enjoy in the great outdoors: swimming, archery, arts and crafts, canoeing, fishing and even singing around the campfire.
It was in the year 1855 that Henry Wadsworth Longfellow introduced American audiences to his semi-fictional hero, Hiawatha, a character based loosely on several different Ojibwa, Chippewa and Anishinaabeg legends.
“Love, Love, Love” sang the Beatles. “Love is all we need.” At Easter, Christians celebrate love. God loved man so much that he gave his son for us. In turn, people love God back — a right back at ya kinda thing.
Montabella’s baseball team will be a little short-handed going into the 2012 season. The Mustangs have only 11 players on the team, and all are important according to coach Matt Hynes.
A trio of Greenville youths secured medals at the MYWAY state youth wrestling tournament March 31. Caleb McCarty, Naythan Dobson and Liam Pillard were able to place in the top eight in the tournament, which was enough to medal.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for April 7, 2012
STANTON — Zerka’s Party Store at 134 W. Main St. has changed hands but remains in the family business as Scott Zerka’s son, Eric, is now the owner. As of April 1, Eric Zerka put his nursing training on hold and accepted the role of owner of the party store/gas station, taking over a business [...]
By Candy Kerschen Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce co-director GREENVILLE — The Chamber often sponsors educational seminars about “branding” and “consistency in marketing” for our members so we believe it’s time we practiced what we preach. In order to keep our image current, we are rolling out a new logo. It is a big bonus [...]
Yes, Easter is here, and we must remember that it isn’t just time to eat the ears off chocolate bunnies and hide eggs for the kids. We must think of its religious meaning as well. Yes, this is true and all well and good. But the coming of April also heralds some things of importance to the average sportsman, hunter, fisherman and other out-of-doors folks.