If you haven’t yet read the article about our own Don Hanson, please check out the link! Hanson teaches multiple classes of woodworking, industrial arts, automotives and 3-D printing, as well as leading the after-school woodworking club that has worked on numerous projects around Washburn.
Our meeting Tuesday the 27th at 630pm at Rec Center (28th at 630pm at Rec if storm) will be to discuss:
Selling concessions at MS BB games (11/27,11/30, 12/3, 12/4, 12/7, 12/12, 12/13)
Candy Cane O Gram Sales
If you would like to help out with any of these events please contact Amy Sawyer or myself ASAP.
The WDHS NHS started their service project for the 2018-2019 school year on Thursday, November 15th by preparing a meal for the Sister Mary O’Donnell Shelter for the Homeless in Presque Isle.They planned the meal, purchased the food, prepared the meal after school, and delivered it to the shelter. They are currently planning their next meal of tacos for the shelter’s meal train for the very near future. Great job NHS members!
Before break, students visited the Benjamin C. Wilder and Aroostook Agricultural Museum. The Wilder Farmstead was built in 1852 and the Agricultural Museum was built in 1989. Both contain antiques, as well as old machinery and equipment, along with culinary items and wood shop tools. The students enjoyed their trip so much they decided to stay longer and walk back to the school instead of taking the bus!
The WDHS Class of 2019 has begun their fundraising efforts. If you would like to have a little fun by flocking a friend’s lawn with pink flamingos, please complete the order form and return to a WDHS senior or to Angela Farley or Amy White.
You can now purchase Washburn Gear from Wight’s Sporting Goods. See Below!