3 things to know for February 22: Spring Fling, Scholarships, HR Meetings


1. Spring Fling

There will be a Spring Fling dance March 12th in the High School gym from 7-10pm. This will be a semi-formal event. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale from March 7-11 in Mrs. Bushey’s room F312.

2. Scholarships

  • Cathy Cobes Dennis Scholarship due by April 22
  • Deno Castelli Charitable Scholarship due by April 18
  • DAHS Class of 1968 Scholarship due by April 20
  • Greg Dorn Memorial Scholarship due by April 22 (this will be the last year this scholarship is offered and is open to a senior planning on pursuing a career in the field of science)
  • Joe Campbell/DAMF Scholarship due Feb 28 (open to football players with 4 or more years and cheerleaders with 5 or more years in the DAMF program)
  • Joseph Michael Bundy Memorial Scholarship due April 20 (open to seniors on the cross county or track team)
  • New Alexandria Lions Club Scholarship (open to New Alexandria students first)
  • Richard L. Sweeney Scholarship due by April 22
  • Rotary Club of Latrobe Academic and Athletic Scholarships both due by March 4
  • Roy F. Bergman Scholarship due by April 29
  • Ryan Kemp Memorial Scholarship due by April 22 (open to seniors that have wrestled in high school)

3. Homeroom Meetings

FCA in G403; Yearbook Staff in E305; and HS Ensemble in VMR


Fajita Chicken Wrap with Peppers, Onions, and Mozzarella Cheese; Broccoli Florets, Fruit or Fresh Fruit, and Milk

With as special a date today’s, it’s no surprise people are flocking to their nearest chapel to get married.

In Sacramento, California, 222 couples will participate in a wedding at the State Capitol. The ceremony starts at 2 p.m. PT and will conclude at precisely 2:22 p.m PT.

Photo: The Independent


I feel that these dates have magical power in terms of getting people’s attention, no matter what age.

Expresses Aziz Inan, a palindrone enthusiast who has been studying palindrone dates for over 14 years.

It’s a ubiquitous palindrome date because it’s a palindrome when it’s written in the United States format of month, day, year, and the format most other countries follow of day, month, year, Inan said.



Good things come in twos. At least this Tuesday it does!