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State Ranked Wrestler Thanks Eisenhower Community

By: Logan Jaquay

My senior season of wrestling was sure one to remember thanks to everyone here in the Eisenhower community. Without my wonderful family, coaches, practice partners, friends, fans, teachers, and staff and administration of Eisenhower, accomplishing my goals would have been impossible. I cannot thank all of these people enough for pushing me to be the best that I can be and all the support they gave me for one last run in Hershey. Continue reading State Ranked Wrestler Thanks Eisenhower Community

Owning a Small Business: A Personal Story of Making it Day to Day

By: Brycen Woodin

Since the start of Covid-19, school work has been a struggle because the area that my father resides in doesn’t have the best of Wi-Fi. To fix this issue, I have made the decision to spend my time in quarantine with my mother in Rochester, NY. Since being here, I have noticed many struggles that my mother has endured during this Covid-19 pandemic. Some of them have hurt us not only financially, but have put an emotional strain on our family, in addition to all of us being in such tight quarters for the last six weeks. Continue reading Owning a Small Business: A Personal Story of Making it Day to Day

Losing a Part of Me During Quarantine

By: Brittany Smith

This quarantine was a difficult time for me and my family. On March 27, 2020, we found out my mom was sick. She had metastasis lung cancer. A month before that, on February 17, my mom went to Warren General Hospital and they diagnosed her with gastritis, which is where the stomach lining is inflamed, without doing any tests on her, and it cost her five weeks of her life.      When she wasn’t getting better and was getting worse, my dad and I decided to take her to my aunt’s house in New Oxford, Pa so she could get checked out at Havover hospital. That’s where everything changed.  Continue reading Losing a Part of Me During Quarantine