Friday, December 19, 2014

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Down Time at the Fuzzy Peach

After helping other members of the congregation decorate the church for Christmas, some of our youth enjoyed some frozen yogurt at the Fuzzy Peach.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Thanksgiving Posters

Some of the children from Cove Presbyterian Church made posters for Thanksgiving. One poster is a turkey, with hand prints representing the feathers. The other has some smaller pictures offering some of the things for which they're thankful.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Parents Day Out

Below are pictures of Cove's parents day out activity, Sunday, November 16. The young people involved ate chicken, took pictures, made ornaments, and watched a movie. We thank Jessica Shuble, Debbie Rudiger and the other folks who made this successful.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Junior Highs Respond to the Paper Challenge

Cove's Junior Highs responded to our annual paper products challenge by entering two Halloween-themed figures: a haunted school and a hunchback Pumpkin man. Below are some pictures of the young people building their responses to the challenge.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Pupil chosen for leadership forum

Casey Krofcheck, a Weir Middle School student, will participate in a People to People World Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C.

Along with students from around the world, Krofcheck will tour the Library of Congress, Supreme Court and the Capitol. The group also will visit Arlington Cemetery, including the Tomb of the Unknowns and President John F. Kennedy's grave site, before attending an embassy dinner.

The group will then travel to Philadelphia, where they will study at the National Constitution Center, then to New York City, where they will have a private tour of the United Nations and visit Times Square, Lower Manhattan, Statue of Liberty, Sept. 11, 2001, Memorial and Rockefeller Center. The group will then return to Washington, D.C., where they will visit George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens.

The program will examine how leaders throughout history have handled world events and include hands-on activities, professional speakers, small-group workshops and visits to memorials, museums and monuments.
"I am excited to study and learn more of the history of our country," said Krofcheck.

"I am also looking forward to meeting and becoming friends with students from other countries. I do my best and study hard. I am honored I was nominated and chosen to participate in a People to People World Leadership Forum."

The forum offers specialized educational, leadership and cultural exposure.

From The Weirton Daily Times 

If you'd like to help him make this trip, use the Bob Evans Community Fundraiser Slip below: