PV FFA begins their Toys for Tykes holiday drive

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER - While you’re out crossing off names on your Christmas list this year (and are a student at PV especially) consider offering something special to the less fortunate by donating a gift for PV FFA’s Toys for Tykes drive once again this year.(Nov. 30 edition).

Rachel’s Challenge visits PV MS and HS to encourage chain reactions of kindness

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER – The VMPAC was quieter than usual on Monday, Nov. 19 as students exited to their next class with lots to think about after hearing Chris Mowery present the story of the late Rachel Joy Scott, who was one of thirteen victims killed in the Columbine High School shooting of April 20, 1999.(From Nov. 23 edition).

PV Primary starts up their annual community food drive in Andover

by Lauren Locke

 ANDOVER – With the coming of the holidays also means the time of year to put forward the extra effort in giving back to those less fortunate as PV Primary School will be doing once again through their annual community food drive.(From Nov. 23 edition).

Local churches gather together to offer a dinner theater Christmas program

by Lauren Locke

PIERPONT – If you’re looking to take part in a meaningful holiday experience this year you won’t want to miss the dinner theater Christmas program titled “Who Invited You Anyways, Jesus” scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 16 at Pierpont Presbyterian Church at its location of 71 State Route 7.(From Nov. 23 edition).

Area churches join together for their annual community Thanksgiving dinner

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – In hopes of bringing the community together for a bountiful meal they could enjoy, several area churches coffered their free Thanksgiving community dinner on Thursday, Nov. 15 at Andover Christian Church’s Family Life Center once again this year off of Stillman Street. (From Nov. 23 edition).

PV Foods class cooks their annual Thanksgiving dinner for teachers

by Lauren Locke

ANDOVER – Stuffed chicken breast, ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, corn, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes, cranberries, vegetable and fruit salad, rolls, corn bread, as well as an assortment of pies filled the tables and tummies of various school staff on Friday, Nov. 9 at PV High School thanks to Lori Tabor’s Foods and Hospitality Class’ annual Thanksgiving dinner cooking tradition.(From Nov. 16 edition).