School notes for Aug. 29

August 28, 2013 

Cougar band plans shrimp fry

The York Comprehensive High School band will host a shrimp fry from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 7 and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 at the York Middle School cafeteria, 1010 Devinney Road.

Adults tickets are $9, available in advance from any band student or parent. Tickets also will be sold at the door. Dine-in plates are all you can eat. Take-out also will be available.

Money raised by the event will go to pay for the students’ trips. Their next trip will be in the spring to New York. Past trips have taken the band to Ireland, London, New York, Hawaii and Florida.

For more on the band, check out their Facebook page on York Cougar bands.

York, Clover students chosen for leadership program

The Council of Chambers of York County announces the selection of participants for the Youth Leadership York County Class of 2014.

The youth leadership program or “YouLead” is an eight-month experience designed for high school students from public and private schools in York County. Besides developing leadership skills, YouLead participants will meet local and state government officials, tour area businesses with local industry leaders, volunteer with York County service agencies and gain a greater understanding of the community they call home.

Nearly 50 students from eight York County schools submitted applications for the program, and finalists participated in interviews held by representatives from area businesses.

Through the program, organizers aim to not only teach leadership skills, but to also encourage the students to further their education and apply their own life experiences as they live, work and become active members of our growing York County community.

Students selected from York and Clover are: David Kowalczyk and Rachel Park from Clover High School; and Julie Comer, Morgan Kuczler, Carrie Lee Lancaster and Matthew Ransom from York Comprehensive High School,

The Council of Chambers is made up of the York County Regional Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Greater Clover, Greater York and Lake Wylie chambers of commerce. For more information, call 803-324-7500.

Students invited to take on contest

York Soil & Water Conservation District will hold a Scarecrow Contest this fall for York County students in first through eighth grade; there will be prizes in three age categories.

For more information, call 803-684-3137.

The district office is at 1460 E. Alexander Love Highway, York.

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