The Comptroller of Maryland recently recognized Washington Adventist University (WAU) business students for their creative solutions to helping local small businesses thrive. The students recently earned third place in the national Enactus Competition, which awards teams with the most creative solutions to resolving community issues.
On Thursday at approximately 6:45 p.m., a powerful storm struck Blue Mountain Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School (BME), Hamburg, Pa., taking off the roof, destroying the gym, and knocking down several walls of the 46 year old brick structure. Principal Rachel Wardecke was alone in the building at the time.
At approximately 6:45 p.m. Thursday, a strong storm destroyed Pennsylvania Conference's Blue Mountain Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School in Hamburg. Rachel Wardecke, principal, escaped unharmed. READ MORE HERE.
This spring Blue Mountain Academy (BMA) students performed The Exodus Story, an original opera by Lawrence Galera, director of music. The cast of 88 included soloists, a choir and orchestra, gymnasts and actors, as well as stage, lighting and sound crews. Auditions began in September, rehearsals began in January and the cast finally performed twice in May.
Spring break for many students around the country is full of catching up with friends, forgetting about schoolwork and focusing on themselves. However, for some Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) students, that isn’t the case.
Although faced with economic challenges, the Pennsylvania Conference team is committed to continuing to build a strong school system and provide quality Seventh-day Adventist education to children and teens.