School news for May 9

May 9, 2013 

York Farm Bureau offers scholarship

The York County Farm Bureau will offer a $1,000 annual scholarship to a local student pursuing higher education in agriculture or a related field. The scholarship, divided into $500 per semester, will be awarded after the completion of a first semester at a four-year school of higher education.

The scholarship will be given to a York County resident based on character, demonstrated leadership abilities and dedication to agriculture or a related field. Applications are due by June 14.

For details, contact Sandra Robbins with the local Farm Bureau office at 803-684-4235.

YCHS spring choral show

The York Comprehensive High School choral department’s spring concert will be presented 7 p.m. Thursday, May 16 in the school auditorium. Advance tickets are $3.

Choral director is Phil Suggs.

BEA plans bike rodeo

Blue Eagle Academy has teamed up with S.C. Saferoutes, Clover Police, Clover Recreation Department and Eat Smart, Move More of York County to present a Clover bike rodeo on May 9.

The event will be 5-7 p.m. in the Clover football stadium parking lot. It will involve giveaways, food and certificates for completion of the bike safety checklist. The goal is to ensure that children learn and adopt safe practices to use when riding. Volunteers are welcome.

Tickets on sale for Choraliers show

Tickets are on sale for the Clover High School Choraliers’ Candlelight Classics concerts, to be presented 8 p.m. Thursday, May 16, and Friday, May 17, at First Presbyterian Church, 1621 E. Garrison Blvd., Gastonia, N.C.

Tickets for the Candlelight Classics shows are on sale through, and a limited number of tickets are available. Tickets are $10.

For details, email or call 803-327-1768.

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